The Interaction of Kallikrein with Urokinase in Peripheral Circulatory Disorders. A Microcirculatory Observation
In general, peripheral circulatory insufficiency is considered to be greatly influenced by the condition of the main blood vessels. However, clinically there are many cases which show paresthesia, coldness, and color changes of the fingers or toes irrespective of the findings of aretries or veins. The commonly used arteriograms or venograms to outline the blood vessels have limitations to elucidate the microvasculature of the tissue.
KeywordsIndocyanine Green Clot Formation Intermittent Claudication Arteriosclerosis Obliterans Thromboangiitis Obliterans
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