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This series of articles appears in one issue of the British Medical Bulletin and presents a detailed summary of recent studies of the circulation of man. Some effort has been made to give background information on the questions leading to these more recent studies. The categories of discussion by various authors are classic divisions of interest in the physiology of the circulation of man. A research fellow just beginning a career of clinical investigation in a peripheral vascular laboratory could find no better reading than this to begin his mastery of the field. Those more experienced investigators who have been generally in the field but not directly concerned with peripheral circulation will also find this a useful summary. The physiologist who wishes to brush up on the latest information will not be disappointed. The practicing physician probably will find that this series of articles does not contribute very much to
Wood JE. Peripheral Circulation in Man. Arch Intern Med. 1963;112(6):1003–1004. doi:10.1001/archinte.1963.03860060215046
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