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Interpretation of Coronary Vascular Perfusion

  • H. Frederick Frasch
  • J. Yasha Kresh
  • Abraham Noordergraaf

Abstract

Despite years of innovative experimentation and the development of numerous models of the coronary circulation, controversy remains over the fundamental mechanisms underlying coronary vascular perfusion. The fundamental reason for this is the inaccessibility of the intramyocardial vessels to direct measurement. The coronary circulation is thus a prime candidate for physiological modeling.

Keywords

Left Ventricular Pressure Vessel Segment Coronary Circulation Transmural Pressure Diastolic Interval 
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  • H. Frederick Frasch
  • J. Yasha Kresh
  • Abraham Noordergraaf

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