Steinberg, Israel
October 1956
Angiology;Oct1956, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p405
Academic Journal
Focuses on the significance of X-rays during the diagnosis of the patients with arteriosclerotic aortic aneurysms in the U.S. Factors causing the stiffening of the aortic wall; Description on the physical condition of the patients; Awareness on the causes of the disease.


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