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Vasa Vasorum of the Pulmonary Artery of the Rabbit
In the rabbit, the arterial and venous vasa vasorum of the pulmonary artery from its origin to the entrance of the right and left pulmonary arteries into the lung were studied and described throughExpand
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Abstract : Most published data on the blood vessel elasticity were obtained either in simple elongation or in simple inflation, but not simultaneously. For finite deformations, such data areExpand
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Pressure-volume response of isolated living main pulmonary artery in dogs.
Isolation of the main pulmonary artery by obturation of the right and left branches under conditions which maintained vasal circulation to the wall was achieved by extracorporeal circulation.Expand
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The Microcirculation of the Tracheal Mucosaa
a From the Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, Loma Linda University School of Medicine, Los Angeles County Hospital, Los Angeles, California. Supported in part by United States Public Health ServiceExpand
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Nature of adverse reactions to radiopaque agents; preliminary report.
The nature of the adverse reactions to the intravascular administration of radiopaque agents is not known. 1 Such reactions or complications vary from mild, with nausea and vomiting and urticaria, toExpand
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Blood sampling by a chronic artificial external arteriovenous shunt in dogs.
  • W. Frasher
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of applied physiology
  • 1 February 1967
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The Geometry of the Pulmonary Microcirculation
Although planned and even accidental physiologic observations often lead to investigation of structure, understanding of function should logically follow precise knowledge of morphology. DespiteExpand
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A repeating modular organization of the microcirculation of cat mesentery.
Abstract Microvasculature in cat mesentery is organized into repeating modules forming a complete mosaic over most of the free membrane. Characteristics of the module are: (1) an area of membraneExpand
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Graded activity program for safe return to self-care after myocardial infarction.
The Graded Activity Program was designed to provide a safe schedule of progressive, supervised self-care activities for patients with recent myocardial infarction. Program performance of 335 patientsExpand
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A method for the simultaneous determination of plasma and cellular velocities in the microvasculature.
Abstract A technique is described which has made it possible to measure plasma and cellular velocities, concurrently, in specific microvessels in which single-file cell flow exists. A dye slug,Expand
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