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A technique for producing pulmonary artery stenosis in dogs is described. End results noted at autopsy and the estimation of occlusion are discussed.
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Barger, A. C., Roe, B. B., and Richardson, G. H.: To be published.
Received: March 29, 1950
☆The expenses of this investigation were defrayed in part by a grant from the Life Insurance Medical Research Fund.
© 1951 Published by Elsevier Inc.