[Microcirculation in white atrophy].


There are two clinical phenomena which, owing to the French School, are still subject to violent criticism: the phenomenon described by M. Raynaud (1862) and the white atrophy termed Milian's (1929). Perhaps badly defined by the authors, the facts have been reviewed, but microcirculation - that of gauges less than 30 to 50 m - does not occupy the whole… (More)