Impallomeni, Guglielmo
June 1956
Angiology;Jun1956, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p268
Academic Journal
Examines the alteration and regeneration of the endothelium in venous thrombosis (VT). Significance of the slowing of the blood flow and the hypercoagulability of the blood in the formation of VT; Importance of the existence of endothelium alterations in determining the character and possibilities and frequencies of embolic complications; Implications for further study.


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