Shimamoto, Takio
November 1974
Angiology;Nov1974, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p682
Academic Journal
The author bas surveyed the limited problems of the injury and repair of the artery and also summarized investigations of related problems performed by the author and his collaborators on atherogenesis and thrombogenesis and the importance of the contraction of endothelial cells was emphasized by several experimental evidences. On the cause of Takayasu's disease (arteriosclerocirrhosis, Nasu), the hypersecretion of estrogen without accompany of progesterone secretion was proposed.


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