June 1966
Angiology;Jun1966, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p416
Academic Journal
Blood cell aggregation and capillary resistance to extravasation of blood under pressure were related in 42 guinea pigs (21 M, 21 F) over a 13-week period. The two phenomena were measured as they occurred spontaneously in animal fed a semi-synthetic diet and maintained in a controlled temperature environment at 25�C � 1�. Blood cell aggregation and capillary resistance showed an inverse relation. There appeared to be a cyclic occurrence of the two phenomena.


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