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Cardiac Hypertrophy Produced by High Altitude Exposure in Mice
Nihon Chikusan Gakkaiho
Electrocardiograms and morphological alterations of the heart were observed in detail in several stages of the previous experiment. Electrocardiograms of the bipolar lead (A-B lead, same as the second limb lead in man) and the precordial unipolar leads on the right and left ventricles were recorded at sea level at the third week after birth before exposure, and at the eleventh week after exposure. Thickness of ventricular walls in the transection of necropsied hearts, running parallel with thedoi:10.2508/chikusan.44.68 fatcat:f3z4ticfyrdfvlqfdqdunx7hlq