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Clinical Blood-Pressure in Anxiety

  • G. De M. Rudolf (a1)


That variations of blood-pressure are found in states of emotion is commonplace knowledge; that rises may take place with temporary fear and anxiety is also well known, but that anxiety occurs with a reduced or normal blood-pressure is not perhaps so well appreciated.

The purpose of the present investigation was to determine whether the blood-pressure remains high when the patient with anxiety is in a state of overt placidity and calmness.



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Clinical Blood-Pressure in Anxiety

  • G. De M. Rudolf (a1)


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Clinical Blood-Pressure in Anxiety

  • G. De M. Rudolf (a1)
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