Fantini, F.; Nuzzaci, G.; Padeletti, P. L.; Michelucci, A.; Arcangeli, C.; Forti, G.
August 1977
Angiology;Aug1977, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p549
Academic Journal
Investigates whether limb circulation could be correlated with the hemodynamic balance and some other parameters connected with it. Behavior of peripheral circulation in patients affected by essential arterial hypertension; Peripheral circulation in hypertensive patients; Values of cardiac output and total systemic resistance among the hypertensive patients.


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