TITLE

THE USE OF PROPRANOLOL FOR THE PROTECTION OF TURKEYS FROM THE DEVELOPMENT OF β-AMINOPROPIONITRILE-- INDUCED AORTIC RUPTURES

AUTHOR(S)
Simpson, Charles F.; Kling, James M.; Palmer, Roger F.
PUB. DATE
July 1968
SOURCE
Angiology;Jul1968, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p414
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
An experimental study was done on isolated segments of both femoral and saphenous veins. The distensibility of each was estimated by a suitable apparatus. Histologic sections were prepared in a state of distension simulating the mean arterial pressure. The saphenous vein was found to have a smaller diameter, thicker wall and more elastic tissue content and resists increased intraluminal pressure. Both veins were found to be normally in a state of tension and to retract after being cut. The tendency to aneurysmal dilation was found less in the saphenous vein, which is hence a better material for autogenous vein grafting.
ACCESSION #
16370919

 

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