Post-mortem Coronary Arteriography and Its Correlation with Electrocardiography.

@article{Weitzman1964PostmortemCA,
  title={Post-mortem Coronary Arteriography and Its Correlation with Electrocardiography.},
  author={D J Weitzman},
  journal={British heart journal},
  year={1964},
  volume={26},
  pages={330-6}
}
Myocardial anoxia may arise in one of three ways. There may be narrowing and obstruction of the coronary arteries, or the oxygen-carrying power of the blood may be reduced, or there may be relative impairment because of the increased demands of a great bulk of muscle. Under such circumstances, a collateral circulation develops; and Schlesinger (1938… CONTINUE READING