Vessel caliber and branch-angle of human coronary artery branch-points.

@article{Hutchins1976VesselCA,
  title={Vessel caliber and branch-angle of human coronary artery branch-points.},
  author={Grover M. Hutchins and M M Miner and John K. Boitnott},
  journal={Circulation research},
  year={1976},
  volume={38 6},
  pages={572-6}
}
Measurements were made of parent and branch vessel diameters and of the included angles of branch-points from postmortem human coronary arteriograms to determine the usefulness of theoretical equations predicting the relationships between parent and branch vessel caliber and between arterial caliber and branch-angle. The formulas were based on the concept that blood vessel size and arrangement provided for blood flow with minimum energy loss. Size relationships between parent vessel and its… CONTINUE READING
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