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Studies of Coagulation and Fibrinolysis of Arterial and Venous Blood in Normal Subjects and Patients with Atherosclerosis

Studies of Coagulation and Fibrinolysis of Arterial and Venous Blood in Normal Subjects and... but the latter do to or Records of 2 illustrated aberrant com¬ arteries not complicated grossly QRS progress patients in calcified but not a electric stimulus semi- lesions. A highly significant, perfect, plexes produced by pacemaker correlation is observed between the and cerebral Latent before recorded coronary refractory period. periods potentials most arterial beds. Anterior branch of left of impulses were Rhythm was descending coronary propagated noteworthy. AV block was sinus is the earliest to be involved and shows the most chaotic when the absent, rate was fast, artery interbranch slow. 2 severe atherosclerosis in the bed. The and electric pacemaker rate was relatively In pa¬ coronary stable is but activation of atria occurred within the significant, tients, retrograde as relationship coronary system is marked between the branches mechanism. In nodal of the RP occurred— the correlation more two 1, rhythm type than that of either of them with the AV node have become of the left suggested might coronary artery sequences In Interbranch correlation in the with extrinsic this in¬ the right synchronized pacemaker cycle. coronary artery. cerebral is much more than in the 3 centers of effective formation perfect coronary stance, independent impulse system AV arterial bed. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Studies of Coagulation and Fibrinolysis of Arterial and Venous Blood in Normal Subjects and Patients with Atherosclerosis

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

Studies of Coagulation and Fibrinolysis of Arterial and Venous Blood in Normal Subjects and Patients with Atherosclerosis

Abstract

but the latter do to or Records of 2 illustrated aberrant com¬ arteries not complicated grossly QRS progress patients in calcified but not a electric stimulus semi- lesions. A highly significant, perfect, plexes produced by pacemaker correlation is observed between the and cerebral Latent before recorded coronary refractory period. periods potentials most arterial beds. Anterior branch of left of impulses were Rhythm was descending coronary propagated noteworthy. AV block was sinus is the...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1963.03700210123094
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Abstract

but the latter do to or Records of 2 illustrated aberrant com¬ arteries not complicated grossly QRS progress patients in calcified but not a electric stimulus semi- lesions. A highly significant, perfect, plexes produced by pacemaker correlation is observed between the and cerebral Latent before recorded coronary refractory period. periods potentials most arterial beds. Anterior branch of left of impulses were Rhythm was descending coronary propagated noteworthy. AV block was sinus is the earliest to be involved and shows the most chaotic when the absent, rate was fast, artery interbranch slow. 2 severe atherosclerosis in the bed. The and electric pacemaker rate was relatively In pa¬ coronary stable is but activation of atria occurred within the significant, tients, retrograde as relationship coronary system is marked between the branches mechanism. In nodal of the RP occurred— the correlation more two 1, rhythm type than that of either of them with the AV node have become of the left suggested might coronary artery sequences In Interbranch correlation in the with extrinsic this in¬ the right synchronized pacemaker cycle. coronary artery. cerebral is much more than in the 3 centers of effective formation perfect coronary stance, independent impulse system AV arterial bed.

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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