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Concerning the Blood Circulation Inside the Intact Skull

Angelo Mosso's Circulation of Blood in the Human Brain

Influence of Amyl Nitrite on the Blood Circulation in the Brain

Harvey, William (1578-1657), physician and discoverer of the circulation of the blood

The Influence of Respiratory Movements on the Blood Circulation in the Brain and in the Lungs

Prediction of volatile anaesthetic solubility in blood and priming fluids for extracorporeal circulation

Returning reservoir blood to right atrium during extracorporeal circulation for descending aortic surgery

Notes Concerning the Disease States of the Three Subjects in Whom the Conditions of the Blood Circulation in the Brain Were Studied

Blood Flow Pattern in the Middle Cerebral Artery in Relation to Indices of Arterial Stiffness in the Systemic Circulation

Cell-free fetal DNA and intact fetal cells in maternal blood circulation: implications for first and second trimester non-invasive prenatal diagnosis

The perivascular space as a path of hematopoietic progenitor cells and mature T cells between the blood circulation and the thymic parenchyma

Immediate responses of leukocytes, cytokines and glucocorticoid hormones in the blood circulation of monkeys following challenge with aerosolized staphylococcal enterotoxin B.

David Biale. Blood and Belief: The Circulation of a Symbol between Jews and Christians. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. 2007. Pp. xiii, 299. $39.95

Peanut agglutinin appearance in the blood circulation after peanut ingestion mimics the action of endogenous galectin-3 to promote metastasis by interaction with cancer-associated MUC1

Collateral blood flow between left coronary artery bypass grafts and chronically occluded right coronary circulation in patients with triple vessel disease. Observations during complete revascularisation of beating hearts

Microscopical observations on the cerebral circulation of the blood in the cerebral cortex, by Howard Florey (BA and John Lucas Walker Student; From the Physiological Laboratory, Oxford and Pathological Laboratory, Cambridge). Brain 1925: 48; 43–64

 

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The circulation of blood refers to its continual flow from the heart, through branching arteries, to reach and traverse the microscopic vessels in all parts of the body, reconverging in ...

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