Vascular disease and hypertension

  • G. W. Pickering

Abstract

There are many kinds of vascular disease, and they are each related differently to raised arterial pressure. In this communication the diseases will be reviewed in terms of arterial size. Only the commonest conditions can be considered.

Keywords

Cholesterol Dust Carbohydrate Retina Barium 

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