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“Lateral anastomoses were employed in arterio-venous sutures and in the operation of the Eck fistula.”
“It may also lead to sclerosis or increase of fibrous tissue, especially in the kidneys, when it may result in the condition known as arterio-capillary fibrosis.”
“I mean, it went to the next level, it became an arterio-occlusion (ph), where the clot jumps from the vein into the artery and that's where we ended up in surgery.”
“I'll take voluntarism any day in preference to the arterio-sclerosis of thorough analyses.”
“This mechanism, since the point where it acts is provided by the circular muscles of the medium-sized arteries and arterioles, should, as Krogh observed, more properly be named arterio-motor.”
“The arterio-motor mechanism distributes the minute-volume supplied by the heart to the various organs of the body, while the capillaro-motor apparatus controls the surface separating blood and tissue in these organs, i.e. the surface which all the materials brought up to supply the tissues must cross.”
“In arterio-venous sutures the vein is generally larger than the artery.”
“Duval, still struggling futilely with his harness, said, "It's a fistula an arterio-venous fistula.”
“Grant said, "No more arterio-venous fistulas, I hope, Michaels.”
“Water containing sulphate of soda is also indicated as a beverage where there are troubles of the circulatory apparatus; it is contraindicated only in accentuated arterio-sclerosis.”
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