Marckmann, A.
July 1966
Angiology;Jul1966, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p475
Academic Journal
Vital microscopic studies on the microcirculation in autologous skin grafts in rats were carried out with TV used as an amplifier. A slow flow was seen in certain areas 48 hr. after operation. Circulation was found to be normal 7 days after grafting, compared with intact control skin. An increased vascular activity was noted in grafts 11 to 20 days after operation.


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