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Mathematical Model of Blood Flow Through a Tapered Artery with Mild Stenosis and Hematocrit

DOI: 10.3923/jmmstat.2010.38.43

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High wall shear stress cause the innermost membrane of an artery or a vein thickening but may also activate platelets cause platelet aggregation and finally result in the formation of a thrombus and there is no suspicion that height of the stenosis is a more important factor influencing blood flow than tapering.


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