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Skin temperature measurements during aortography


, : Skin temperature measurements during aortography. Zeitschr Kreislaufforsch 38: 546-552

The injection of contrast media such as Uroselectan B or Perabrodil (strong) intra-arterially causes a decrease in skin temp. presumably because of vasospasm. In the figures presented, however, the decreases are relatively slight.

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