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Angiographic evidence of stagnant flow zones in the carotid circulation of anesthetized dogs

Angiographic evidence of stagnant flow zones in the carotid circulation of anesthetized dogs

Investigative Radiology 8(1): 28-32

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PMID: 4685378

DOI: 10.1097/00004424-197301000-00005

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