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The Michael E. DeBakey Papers

Title:
Patterns of Atherosclerosis and Rates of Progression pdf (38,108,687 Bytes) ocr (49,277 Bytes)
Patterns of Atherosclerosis and Rates of Progression
Description:
DeBakey, as a leading vascular surgeon performing thousands of operations to repair blocked or damaged blood vessels, was the first to show that atherosclerotic disease was very often segmental, i.e., localized to one portion of the blood vessel rather than distributed uniformly. He first articulated this reality--and its implications for surgical therapy--in the early 1960s. In this 1978 article, he gave a more complete presentation on the topic, informed by an additional fifteen years of surgical experience and study.
Number of Image Pages:
56 (38,108,687 Bytes)
Date:
1978
Creator:
DeBakey, Michael E.
Contributor:
Editor: Paoletti, R.
Editor: Gotto, A. M. Jr.
Source:
Periodical: DeBakey, Michael E. "Patterns of Atherosclerosis and Rates of Progression." Atherosclerosis Reviews 3, (1978): 1-56. Article. 56 Images.
Publisher:
Raven Press
Rights:
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Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Atherosclerosis
Exhibit Category:
New Directions for Cardiac Surgery and for Baylor, 1963-2008
Box Number:
17
Unique Identifier:
FJBBKN
Document Type:
Articles
Language:
English
Format:
application/pdf
image/tif
Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Writings, 1933-2006
SubSeries: Loose Reprints (Articles by M.E. DeBakey), 1933-2006
Folder: 1978-1979 Dec
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2017-07-19
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