Rheological Factors in Circulatory Disorders

di Perri, Tullio
July 1979
Angiology;Jul1979, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p480
Academic Journal
Focuses on rheological factors in circulatory disorders. Blood flow in an expansible circulatory system; Structural and functional characteristics of the cardiac and vascular system; Regulation of blood flow rate; Effects of blood viscosity on circulation.


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