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Areas in an office space that are used to travel between offices, cubicles and the like; hallways and corridors.

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Coronary circulation of Puma concolor may be considered balanced, given two criteria.
Two topics of similar nature and similar complexity-brain circulation and coronary circulation, were taught by 2 different methods- lecture and seminar.
Key words: Syrian cardiomyopathic hamsters, Nitric oxide, Endothelial dysfunction, Coronary circulation, Vascular RAS
Anatomic and functional studies of the coronary circulation in the dog and pig.
In patients with technically difficult arterial access such as those with previous surgery of the femoral arteries or patients with previous complications from invasive CCA, for example, false aneurysm formation, MSCT is a valuable non-invasive tool to assess the coronary circulation.
The impact of inadequate coronary circulation includes poor ventricular function from myocardial ischemia to the degree that infarct can occur.
Adenovectors are also considered to be significantly more efficient than naked plasmid DNA for gene transfer; and naturally-occurring biological receptors for adenovectors are believed to facilitate its binding to a broad area of heart muscle supplied by the infused coronary circulation.
We advance a special infusion catheter into the coronary circulation, then slowly deliver the material over the course of several minutes.
By carrying this gene vector into the coronary circulation, it should help the cells that form coronary blood vessels grow.
SNOWMASS COLO -- Sirolimus-eluting stents show some promise for the treatment of obstructive superficial femoral artery lesions, although it must be said the results aren't nearly as impressive as in the coronary circulation.
Intrapericardial drug delivery may enable preferential targeting of the heart and coronary circulation with a minimum of systemic side effects.