Anatomy and steady flow characteristics of the arterial system with an introduction to its pulsatile characteristics

@inproceedings{Iberall1967AnatomyAS,
  title={Anatomy and steady flow characteristics of the arterial system with an introduction to its pulsatile characteristics},
  author={Arthur S. Iberall},
  year={1967}
}
Abstract For the past thirty years Green's table in Glasser's Medical Physics [6] has been used as the common quantitative source for data on the arterial tree in mammals. The present paper updates that table by coordinating additional anatomical data from man and dog into a unified model of branching levels. The model and data appear to be consistent as to geometry, topology, and fluid resistance, as well as in number, size, and volume, of tubes. Application of such quantitative modeling to… CONTINUE READING

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