Condorelli, S.; Pennetti, V.; Patane, F.; Melaragno, E.; Bartolo, M.; Di Renzi, L.
October 1969
Angiology;Oct1969, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p517
Academic Journal
Examines whether the coronary arterioles are provided with reflexogen areas sensitive to KCN. Sensitivity of venous and arterial coronary circulation to KCN; Sensitivity of coronary arteries studied by means of catheterization; Implications on angiology.


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