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This text combines extensive coverage of normal structure and function of the arterial wall with detailed accounts of the changes that occur in disease. These data are presented in a comprehensive way not found elsewhere; they are essential for the proper understanding of arterial disease and for its investigation using modern methodology. Development and the factors controlling vessel form and structure are first discussed; and the normal cellular populations, functions and interactions are then considered. Particular topics, such as pulmonary hypertension, the effects of trauma on vessels, and diabetic vascular disease, are reviewed in detail. This book will be of interest to all involved in the management of vascular disease.
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