Experimental and Clinical Study of Blood Flow in the Tracheal Mucosa
We investigated the relationship between prevention of pulmonary complications after surgery for esophageal cancer and preservation of the right bronchial artery and the vagus nerve during surgery experimentally in dogs, and clinically. Changes in the bronchial mucosal blood flow (BMBF) were studied using Laser Doppler velocimetry.
KeywordsEsophageal Cancer Pulmonary Complication Vagal Nerve Laser Doppler Velocimetry Bronchial Artery
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