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Clinical Physiology and Functional Imaging was previously published as Clinical Physiology.

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 32, Number 3, 1 May 2012

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Evaluating abdominal oedema during experimental sepsis using an isotope technique
pp. 197-204(8)
Authors: Lattuada, Marco; Maripuu, Enn; Segerstad, Carl Hard af; Lundqvist, Hans; Hedenstierna, Göran

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The effect of interval training combined with thigh cuffs pressure on maximal and submaximal exercise performance
pp. 205-213(9)
Authors: Keramidas, Michail E.; Kounalakis, Stylianos N.; Geladas, Nickos D.

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Free‐living energy expenditure reduced after deep brain stimulation surgery for Parkinson’s disease
pp. 214-220(7)
Authors: Jorgensen, Hans U.; Werdelin, Lene; Lokkegaard, Annemette; Westerterp, Klaas R.; Simonsen, Lene

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Reliability of the rectus femoris muscle cross‐sectional area measurements by ultrasonography
pp. 221-226(6)
Authors: e Lima, Kelly M. M.; da Matta, Thiago T.; de Oliveira, Liliam F.

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Brachial artery hyperaemic blood flow velocity in relation to established indices of vascular function and global atherosclerosis
pp. 227-233(7)
Authors: Järhult, Susann J.; Hansen, Tomas; Ahlström, Håkan; Johansson, Lars; Sundström, Johan; Lind, Lars

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Functional assessment of high‐grade ICA stenosis with duplex ultrasound and transcranial Doppler
pp. 241-246(6)
Authors: Zachrisson, Helene; Fouladiun, Marita; Blomstrand, Christian; Holm, Jan; Volkmann, Reinhard

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