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Chapter 1 Chairman's advent (page 1): P. Hugh?Jones
Chapter 2 The impact of excessive Altitude on body structure (pages 3–13): Alberto Hurtado
Chapter three Morphometric overview of alterations in Lung constitution because of excessive Altitude (pages 15–30): P.H. Burri and E. R. Weibel
Chapter four power Mountain affliction: Pathology and Definition (pages 31–40): J. Arias?Stella
Chapter five Cor Pulmonale in continual Mountain disorder: current idea of Monge's sickness (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 regulate (pages 89–102): S.M. Tenney, P. Scotto, L.C. Ou, D. Bartlett, and J.E. Remmers
Chapter nine Genetic points of the Blunted Chemoreflex Ventilatory reaction to Hypoxia in excessive Altitude edition (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 circulate and Myocardial Metabolism in guy at excessive Altitude (pages 131–148): P.R. Moret
Chapter 12 Anatomy of the Coronary flow 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 last feedback (pages 187–188): P. Hugh?Jones
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H. ]. Med. 25,470-477. HURTADO, A. (1g4)J. Am. Rss. 120,1278. HURTADO, A. (1964)In Handbook ofphysiology, Section 4,Adaptation to the Environment, pp. 843-860, ed. B. C. :American Physiological Society. MONGB, M. C. (1928)An. Fac. Med. Univ. S Marcos, Lima 11, 1-3 16. C. (1943)Physiol. Rev. 23,166184. MONGE, M. C. and MONGE, C. (1966)High Altitude Diseases: Mechanism and Management. Springfield. : Thomas. P&ALOZA, D. (1969)Doctoral Thesii, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia, Lima. REATEGUI-LOPEZ, L.
BAINTON, C. R. and CAR-, A. (1966)Resp. Physiol. I, 308-334. SPIRBNSEN, S. C. and SEVBRINGWUS, J. W. appl. Physiol. 25,217. [For discussion, see pp. ] HIGH ALTITUDE PHYSIOLOGY: Edited by RUTH PORTER & JULIE hTIGHI COPYRIGHT0 Longman Group Ltd. 1971 COR PULMONALE IN CHRONIC MOUNTAIN SICKNESS: PRESENT CONCEPT OF MONGE’SDISEASE DANTEPE~ALOZA, FRANCISCO SIMEAND LUISRUIZ Laboratorio Cardiovascular, Instituto de Invedgaciones de la A h a , Universidad Peruanu Cayetano Heredia, Lima, Peru CHRONIC mountain sickness, chronic soroche or Monge’s disease are the names that have been proposed to designate a clinical picture which appears when people residing at high altitudes lose their acclimatization to the low oxygen tension of the environment where they are living.
Electro-vectorcardiographic studies The pulmonale P-wave pattern was found in most cases. An accentuated degree of right AQRS deviation or upward AQRS positions was frequently seen in association with the RS precordial pattern. Tall R waves over the left precordial leads were observed in some of the more severe cases. The ‘ischaemic’ T-wave pattern was often seen over the right precordial leads. Fig. 2 showsa representativeexample of electro-vectorcardiographic findingsin Monge’s disease. Physiological data Mean haemodynamic and haematological values appear in Table I.
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