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Mechanisms of Vascular Disease: A Reference Book for Vascular Specialists

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Mechanisms of Vascular Disease: A Reference Book for Vascular Specialists
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Publisher: University of Adelaide Press
ISBN-13: 9780987171825
Number of pages: 589

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New updated edition first published with Cambridge University Press. This new edition includes 29 chapters on topics as diverse as pathophysiology of atherosclerosis, vascular haemodynamics, haemostasis, thrombophilia and post-amputation pain syndromes.

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