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Series: Monographs of the Physiological Society, no. 1. 8vo. vii, 165 pp. Figs., index. Brown boards printed in black; faded spine. Very good. The first six chapters focus on circulation in skeletal muscle; the appendix takes an historical context of plethysmography. Barcroft was Swan's mentor, and they, "published a series of landmark works that defined the nature of the human vascular response to sympathomimetic agents. Published over 50 years ago at the dawning of the era of cardiac catheterization, these classic manuscripts foreshadowed the research that was later to make him [Swan] one of the best-known cardiologists of his time" (Larry Husten, ['The end of an era': Jeremy (HJC) Swan, â€“ obituary for Swan], 2005).
Title: Sympathetic Control of Human Blood Vessels.
Publisher: London:, Edward Arnold, (1953).: 1953
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