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Platelet Adhesiveness and Cerebral Vascular Disease Revisited

  • E. J. Acheson
Conference paper

Abstract

In the western world cerebral vascular disease remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality and the pathogenesis has been the subject of much study and discussion in recent years.

Keywords

Coronary Artery Carotid Artery Natural History Vascular Disease Vessel Wall 
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  • E. J. Acheson

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