Res Medica, April 1967, Special Issue – Lauder Brunton Centenary Symposium on Angina Pectoris

  • Dr. M. H. Kaufman
  • Dr. R. B. L. Ewart
  • R. D. Hunter
  • Miss Alison Leach
  • Dr. W. F. M. Fulton
  • Dr. J. Russell Rees
  • Professor Melville Arnott
  • Dr. Richard Gorlin
  • Peter Bent
  • Ottar Muller
  • Professor J. N. Morris
  • Dr. M. F. Oliver
  • Sir John Michael
  • G.C. Friesinger
  • C. F. Borchgrevink
  • Dr. D. G. Julian

Abstract


Welcome

Historical Session

Opening Address

Lauder Brunton

History of Angina

 

Pathophysiological Session

The Pathology of Angina

Experimental Studies on the Myocardial Collateral Circulation

First Discussion

Coronary Blood Flow and Myocardial Metabolism in Angina Pectoris

Cardiac Function in Patients with Angina

Second Discussion

 

Therapeutic Session

The Modern Epidemic

Is Angina Preventable?

Third Discussion

Chest Pain, Exercise Electrocardiography and Coronary Arteriography

(Correlative Studies in Angina Pectoris

Prognosis of Angina Pectoris

Panel Discussion

Summing Up
How to Cite
Kaufman, D. M. H., Ewart, D. R. B. L., Hunter, R. D., Leach, M. A., Fulton, D. W. F. M., Rees, D. J., Arnott, P. M., Gorlin, D. R., Bent, P., Muller, O., Morris, P. J. N., Oliver, D. M. F., Michael, S. J., Friesinger, G., Borchgrevink, C. F., & Julian, D. D. G. (1). Res Medica, April 1967, Special Issue – Lauder Brunton Centenary Symposium on Angina Pectoris. Res Medica. https://doi.org/10.2218/resmedica.v0i0.473