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Table 4

Selected Theses From the Department of Physiology at the University of Minnesota: Theses Related to Cardiovascular Physiology

Table 4

Selected Theses From the Department of Physiology at the University of Minnesota: Theses Related to Cardiovascular Physiology

Investigators

Era

Topics

Maurice Visscher

1920s to 1930s

Coronary blood flow, oxygen delivery rate, and cardiac performance; autoregulation of coronary

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