Robb, Herbert J.; Jabs, Clarence
November 1968
Angiology;Nov1968, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p602
Academic Journal
Examines the distortion and dynamics of cellular elements in the microcirculation. Observations concerning red blood cells; Observations concerning white blood cells and white cell emboli; Observations concerning platelets; Cinephotomicrography findings; White cell diapedesis.


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