Turbulent blood flow in anaemic patients, Physics

1.  Turbulent blood flow in anaemic patients is not uncommon. What blood flow parameters should this turbulence be attributed to and why.

2.  Using appropriate mathematical identities, explain how it is possible to detect a calcified atherosclerotic plaque using a stethoscope.

 

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