The Significance of the Diastolic Waves of T H E Venous Pulse In" Auricular Fibrillation. by Carl


In a previous study of the photographic venous tracings taken from clinical cases of fibrillation, 1 it was shown that the types of waves occurring during systole could be satisfactorily harmonized with and explained by photographic tracings previously obtained from animal experiments. The diastolic waves, however, could be given several different… (More)


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