Noninvasive diagnostics in vascular disease by Arnost Fronek

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  • Blood-vessels -- Diseases -- Diagnosis.,
  • Diagnosis, Noninvasive.,
  • Blood flow -- Measurement.,
  • Vascular Diseases -- diagnosis.

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StatementArnost Fronek.
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LC ClassificationsRC691.6.N65 F76 1989
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Paginationxvi, 528 p. :
Number of Pages528
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2036826M
ISBN 100070225087
LC Control Number88013047

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AbuRahma has published over articles, abstracts, book chapters, and seven textbooks in vascular surgery and noninvasive vascular technology.

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Recent advances in noninvasive diagnostic techniques in vascular disease Eugene F. Bernstein, ed. Louis,Mosby—Year Book, Inc., pages, $ Although many vascular laboratories are based in universities, approximately 40% are now in community hospitals.

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