Marshall, T. R.; Neustadt, David; Chumley, Williard; Kasdan, Morton
December 1965
Angiology;Dec1965, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p767
Academic Journal
Reports on the performance of noncatheter brachial and axillary studies involved in the arteriographic study of the hand in normal and pathologic conditions. Observation of the occurrence of arterial blocks and deficient digital artery circulation in rheumatoid arthritis; Presentation of the classification of arthritic conditions involving the hand into patterns; Cause of the peripheral polyneuropathy in rheumatoid arthritis.


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