The use of Indium-111 Platelet Scintigraphy in Man: Comparisions with in Vitro Tests and in Vivo Platelet Function — A Five — Year Experience
This paper reports data collected from 540 patients between July 1978 and July 1983. For the first four years, studies were performed at the Hospitals of the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center and then continued in the last year at Yale University School of Medicine and at the West Haven VA Medical Center. A small number of patients have been studied at St. Raphael’s Hospital in New Haven, Connecticut.
KeywordsMural Thrombus Platelet Recovery Left Ventricular Thrombus Platelet Suspension Leave Anterior Oblique
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