Atrial parasystole

American Heart Journal
D SCHERFD DE ARMAS

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Oct 1, 1954·American Heart Journal·D SCHERFF ROTH
Aug 1, 1951·American Heart Journal·D SCHERF, F B CHICK
May 1, 1950·American Heart Journal·D SCHERF, L J BOYD

Citations

Jan 1, 1975·Basic Research in Cardiology·K Nakamoto
Sep 1, 1973·Basic Research in Cardiology·K Nakamoto
Apr 1, 1976·Journal of Electrocardiology·J P O'NeilE K Chung
Mar 1, 1970·British Heart Journal·H D Friedberg, L Schamroth
Feb 1, 1963·The American Journal of Cardiology·M IGARASHIS HINOHARA
Feb 1, 1964·American Heart Journal·K Y CHUNGE MASSIE
Feb 1, 1964·The American Journal of Cardiology·K Y CHUNGE MASSIE
Mar 1, 1964·Circulation·N C FLOWERSD A BRODY
Dec 1, 1960·Circulation·C FISCH, R B CHEVALIER
Mar 1, 1972·Postgraduate Medicine·E K Chung, S I Lee

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