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Quantitative flow visualization as a diagnostic tool for intracardiac fluid dynamics studies

Gharib, Morteza and Rambod, Edmond and Sahn, David J. (1995) Quantitative flow visualization as a diagnostic tool for intracardiac fluid dynamics studies. In: Flow Visualization VII. Begell House , New York , pp. 14-25. ISBN 9781567000368. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20131010-085340185

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Abstract

The cardiovascular system is comprised of two main components: central (the heart) and peripheral (the blood vessels). The heart, as the center of this system, is responsible for supplying the blood to all body systems such as the brain, liver, muscle, kidney, skin, and blood vessels. Therefore, efficient functioning of the heart is imperative for the functionality of all other essential organs.


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