Atrial conduction disturbance attributed to pronestyl

American Heart Journal
J H WALTERS, R POTASHNICK

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References

Jul 1, 1951·Circulation·H J KAYDENB B BRODIE
Sep 1, 1951·American Heart Journal·A M WEDDR S WARNER
Dec 27, 1951·The New England Journal of Medicine·S LEIBOWITZ

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Apr 1, 1954·The New England Journal of Medicine·R KENNAMER, M PRINZMETAL
Jan 1, 1957·Circulation·B B BRODIEJ M STEELE

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