Clarke, R. L.; Orandi, A.; Cliffton, E. E.
October 1960
Angiology;Oct1960 Part 1, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p367
Academic Journal
Investigates the effect of venous occlusion on fibrinolysis in patients. Detection of an increase in fibrinolytic activity in patients with the rubber tourniquet; Development of lysis in some of the patients; Design of the investigation to test the reliability of determinations for fibrinolytic activity in blood.


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