3 edition of Arteries of war found in the catalog.
Arteries of war
Includes bibliographical references (p. -181) and index.
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Written with his partner Susan Lehman, the book tells the tawdry tale of a political fixer playing whack-a-mole with the skeletons in an oversexed U.S. Senator’s closet. The ARTery Artery, in human physiology, any of the vessels that, with one exception, carry oxygenated blood and nourishment from the heart to the tissues of the body. The exception, the pulmonary artery, carries oxygen-depleted blood to the lungs for oxygenation and removal of excess carbon dioxide (see.
Systemic arteries deliver blood to the rest of the body. The aorta is the main systemic artery and the largest artery of the body. It originates from the heart and branches out into smaller arteries which supply blood to the head region (brachiocephalic artery), the heart itself (coronary arteries), and the lower regions of the body. Roads—Arteries of Civilization FROM time immemorial, people have kept in touch with one another by means of a vast web of trails, roads, and highways. These testify to man’s desire to travel and trade—and also to make war and build empires. Yes, roads reveal a darker side of human nature as well.
An artery (plural arteries) (from Greek ἀρτηρία (artēria), meaning 'windpipe, artery') is a blood vessel that takes blood away from the human heart to all parts of the body (tissues, lungs, Brain etc.). Most arteries carry oxygenated blood; the two exceptions are the pulmonary and the umbilical arteries, which carry deoxygenated blood to the organs that oxygenate it (lungs). Ligation of Arteries During the Civil War. By Dr. Michael Echols. Edited from the medical textbook Handbook of Surgical Operations, U. S. A. Medical Department, , (in this collection) written during the Civil War by Stephen Smith, M.D. Civil War medicine diagrams from Bourgery & Jocob.
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