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Thrombosis and Cardiovascular Disease by T. W. Meade (auth.), Antonio Strano (eds.)

By T. W. Meade (auth.), Antonio Strano (eds.)

Four years in the past while the 1st eu Symposium at the re­ lationship among adjustments of blood clotting mechanisms and atherosclerosis was once prepared, we requested ourselves which might be how you can receive either clinical and sensible contributions. we now have been attracted to cardiovascular illnesses for numerous years now and feature accordingly centred our awareness at the "container" (Le. the blood vessel) instead of at the "contents" (Le. some of the parts of blood) as thought of simply from a haemodynamic perspective. in recent times correlations have been discovered among changes of vascular wall and alteration of coagulative, fibrinolytic, and plate­ allow components in addition to of haemorheological phenomena within the thrombo­ genic evolution of atherosclerotic lesions. an in depth cooperation among cardiologists and staff drawn to atherosclerosis and thrombosis is consequently valuable. we expect that the main acceptable method of a few of the difficulties bearing on correlations among thrombogenic and atherosclerotic lesions is co-operation among specialists in those diversified fields of analysis. We hence made up our minds to arrange the second Symposium making an allowance for the good development completed during this box up to now few years, and desire that discussions on diagnostic and therapeutical perspec'­ tives will yield precious components either for the heart specialist and for the heart specialist and for the overall practitioner.

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