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Peripheral Circulation: Fundamental Concepts, Comparative Aspects of Control in Specific Vascular Sections, and Lymph Flow

  • J. Holtz

Abstract

W(illiam) H(arvey) shows by the way the heart is made that the blood is perpetually driven from the lungs into the aorta…. He shows by means of a ligature the passage of the blood from arteries to the veins. Hence it is demonstrated that the perpetual movement of the blood takes place in a circle, owing to the beat of the heart (Lumleian Lecture to the College of Physicians in London on April 17, 1616).

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Central Venous Pressure Transmural Pressure Myogenic Response Sympathetic Nerve Ending Volume Receptor 
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