Aortic aneurysm after patch angioplasty for aortic isthmic coarctation in childhood

The American Journal of Cardiology
K S RheubanS P Nolan

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Aug 1, 1992·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·A M MendelsohnR H Beekman
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Aug 22, 2014·Current Treatment Options in Cardiovascular Medicine·Mohammed Haris Umer UsmanChristian Witzke-Sanz
May 8, 2002·Seminars in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. Pediatric Cardiac Surgery Annual·Stephanus J Serfontein, Irving L Kron

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