Ostfeld, Adrian M.
February 1959
Angiology;Feb1959, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p34
Academic Journal
Discusses some aspects of cardiovascular regulation in humans. Medical view that illness results from the interaction of plural noxious agents in the environment and multiple defenses of the host; Essential features of hypertension and migraine syndrome; List of possible relationship between psychologic stress and high blood pressure; Remarkable coincidence of blushing and blood pressure elevations.


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