Strano, Antonio
April 1966
Angiology;Apr1966, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p213
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the phenomena of venous hyperactivity by means of phonocardiographic records. Examination of the possibility to arouse venous murmurs of hyperactivity through muscular effort; Contributions concerning venous murmurs perceptible in the jugular veins in particularly serious states of anemia; Presence of murmurs of venous origin in certain young patients affected by a circulatory hyperkinetic syndrome.


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