1. The blood flow in the feet is smaller per unit of volume of the part than in the hand, the ratio of foot flow to hand flow per 100 cubic centimeters of the part usually lying in normal persons between 1 to 3 and 1 to 2.

2. In the supine position, with the legs hanging down, the flow in the feet seems to be somewhat greater than in the sitting position.

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