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Blood in Motion


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Really interesting article, that adds a new refined model for the evaluation of flow-motion to the previous ones. From the practical view-point, there is a clinical method, till nowscarsely known, which proved to be reliable in bed-side evaluating microcirculation under physiological and pathological conditions: www.semeeioticabiofisica.it, Microangiology

posted by Sergio Stagnaro
September 30, 2013

 

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