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Primary closure in dermatologic surgery is state of the art in small lesions at the head, but also in larger lesions at the trunk or the extremities. Microcirculatory effects on the skin blood flow near to the wound edges affected by primary closure. Forty three patients were investigated. Before...
There is accumulating evidence that exercise may improve disturbed haemorheological parameters that are typically observed in various chronic diseases, thus there is a growing interest in exploring the influence of various exercise models for the improvement of haemorheology. Blood sampling using...