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Clifford Wilson - bibliography

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English physician, 1906-1997.


  • C. Wilson and Frank Burnet Byrom:
    Renal changes in malignant hypertension; experimental evidence.
    The Lancet, London, 1939, 1: 136-139.
    Production of hypertension in rats by constriction of one renal artery, and important studies of the renal changes produced, which included degeneration of the renal arterioles.
  • C. Wilson, F.B. Byrom:
    The vicious circle in Chronic Bright's disease. Experimental evidence from the hypertensive rat.
    The Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Oxford, 1941, 10: 65-93.

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