PMID: 14359798Sep 1, 1954Paper

Auricular flutter and auricular fibrillation

Wiadomości lekarskie
K GAJOWNICZEK

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Feb 1, 1966·American Heart Journal·D Scherf
Mar 1, 1959·The American Journal of Cardiology·M E FOX
Jan 1, 1973·Journal of Electrocardiology·H E KulbertusJ C Demoulin
Sep 1, 1958·The American Journal of Medicine·N SPRITZA L RUBIN
Jun 1, 1971·Circulation·A L WitA N Damato

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