Dintenfass, L.
June 1974
Angiology;Jun1974, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p365
Academic Journal
Discusses the usability of blood rheology as a tool in diagnosing cardiovascular diseases. Influence of the viscosity of whole blood on the flow of blood; Impact of the increase in blood viscosity on the development of ischaemia and tissue necrosis; Distinctive denominator characterizing vascular diseases.


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