Aizawa, Toyozo; Hasegawa, Tsuneo; Mori, Kosuke
September 1966
Angiology;Sep1966, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p696
Academic Journal
Discusses findings concerning the changes in the microcirculation along with reparative processes of cerebrosvascular lesions. Development of lesions; Nature and distribution of experimental cerebrovascular lesion; Observation of microcirculatory system by Steegmann's Evans blue injection method; Aging of cerebral micro-vessels.


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