Die Beziehung zwischen regionaler myokardialer Durchblutung und Funktion bei Ischämie

  • Kim P. Gallagher
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Zusammenfassung

Das wesentliche Ziel dieser Übersicht besteht darin, neuere Befunde über die funktionellen Konsequenzen einer akuten regionalen Ischämie zusammenfassend darzustellen. Zusätzlich zur Präsentation der Fakten, die über die regionale Funktion während Ischämie bekannt sind, besteht ein zweites Anliegen in der Betonung der noch ungelösten Fragen. Es sollen potentielle Ziele für weitere Untersuchungen vorgeschlagen werden, die es sich zu verfolgen lohnt.

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  • Kim P. Gallagher
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  1. 1.Thoracic Surgery Research LaboratoryUniversity of Michigan Medical SchoolAnn ArborUSA

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