Hornstein, Louis S.
September 1961
Angiology;Sep1961, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p435
Academic Journal
Discusses the clinical results of a study on the use of high doses of cyclandelate for the treatment of vascular diseases. Formulation and mechanism of action of the drug; Patient responses to high dosage of cyclandelate; Improvement seen in the patient's condition after the therapy.


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