Mitchell, J. R. A.
February 1966
Angiology;Feb1966, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p69
Academic Journal
The distribution of arterial plaques in the aorta and the carotid, iliac and coronary trees is described, and the possible implications of this distribution are discussed.


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