Kerstein, Morris D.
April 1977
Angiology;Apr1977, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p228
Academic Journal
Discusses studies on venous thrombotic disease. Pulmonary embolism suffered by patients admitted to hospitals with a diagnosis of thrombophlebitis; Embolic nature of pulmonary infarction; Classic diagnosis of venous thrombosis.


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