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Chapter 1 Chairman's creation (page 1): P. Hugh?Jones
Chapter 2 The impact of excessive Altitude on body structure (pages 3–13): Alberto Hurtado
Chapter three Morphometric evaluate of adjustments in Lung constitution as a result of excessive Altitude (pages 15–30): P.H. Burri and E. R. Weibel
Chapter four continual Mountain illness: Pathology and Definition (pages 31–40): J. Arias?Stella
Chapter five Cor Pulmonale in persistent Mountain disorder: current thought of Monge's ailment (pages 41–60): D. Penaloza, F. Sime and L. Ruiz
Chapter 6 Transarterial Leakage: a potential Mechanism of excessive Altitude Pulmonary Oedema (pages 61–77): J.W. Severinghaus
Chapter 7 The Carotid physique in Animals at excessive Altitude (pages 79–88): C.W. Edwards
Chapter eight Suprapontine affects on Hypoxic Ventilatory keep an eye on (pages 89–102): S.M. Tenney, P. Scotto, L.C. Ou, D. Bartlett, and J.E. Remmers
Chapter nine Genetic features of the Blunted Chemoreflex Ventilatory reaction to Hypoxia in excessive Altitude variation (pages 103–124): S. Lahiri
Chapter 10 a few Observations at the Biochemistry of the Myocardium at excessive Altitude (pages 125–129): P. Harris
Chapter eleven Coronary Blood movement and Myocardial Metabolism in guy at excessive Altitude (pages 131–148): P.R. Moret
Chapter 12 Anatomy of the Coronary circulate at excessive Altitude (pages 149–157): J. Arias?Stelalnad and M. Topilsky
Chapter thirteen Resistance and Capacitance Vessels of the outside in everlasting and transitority citizens at excessive Altitude (pages 159–185): J. Durand and J.P. Martineaud
Chapter 14 Chairman's ultimate comments (pages 187–188): P. Hugh?Jones
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LT 4 1000- 0 1 0 1 < * , . 3. Area in pm9of peripheral arterial muscle per proximal artery, by age and by altitude, and the relative position of the case of chronic mountain sickness. 0 , high altitude (Cerro de Pasco, 4375 m); 0, sea level; o, chronic mountain sickness; A, high altitude newborn (average of 7 cases) ;A , sea level newborn (average of 8 cases). There were numerous atherosclerotic plaques in the pulmonary trunk and main branches. The lungs were congested, the right weighing 360 g while the left weighed 270 g.