Fulton, George P.
April 1960
Angiology;Apr1960, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p146
Academic Journal
The microcirculation has been discussed as a significant component of the cardiovascular system which must be given greater consideration in experimental investigations devised to solve basic medical problems.


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