Advances in Vascular Pathology 1997: Selected Papers from the European Congress of Angiology, 11th Meeting of the European Chapter, EUROCHAP '97, Rome 23-26 October 1997

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Andrew N. Nicolaides, Salvatore Novo
Elsevier, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 185 pages
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Hardbound. Vascular diseases with their high morbidity and mortality, are a major challenge to medical science, engaging the best minds in western medicine. Recently a concerted effort by experts in many different fields has been mounted to meet this challenge, and progress has been commensurately rapid. Major advances in non-invasive diagnosis, endovascular therapy, surgery of arterial obstructive disease and aneurysmal surgery have taken place while research into the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms of vascular disease has kept pace with these advances.Advances in Vascular Pathology 1997 deals in depth with the accelerated rate of progress in these areas. The majority of its contributors are members of the Executive Board of the International Union of Angiology (IUA). They were asked to produce, at short notice, written versions of their forthcoming lectures at the meeting of the European Chapter of the IUA in Rome, 23-26 October 199

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Modulation of endothelium by heparins and defibrotide
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Influence of risk factors and aging on asymptomatic carotid lesions
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what is changing?
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Imperial College, London

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