Mackereth, Martha; Lennihan Jr., Richard
December 1970
Angiology;Dec1970, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p704
Academic Journal
Focuses on the ultrasound as an aid in the diagnosis and management of intermittent claudication. Physiology of ankle blood pressure changes in intermittent claudication; Test techniques; Sample cases demonstrating the usefulness of the test.


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