Clinical applications of dynamic computed tomography

Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases
M J LiptonD P Boyd

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Citations

Dec 1, 1991·Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis·M M HughesC Simpfendorfer
Jan 1, 1992·International Journal of Cardiac Imaging·M S BleiweisB H Brundage
Oct 1, 1991·Journal of the American College of Cardiology·E RoigB H Brundage
Dec 26, 2001·Preventive Medicine·Stuart Rich, Vallerie V McLaughlin
Mar 1, 1990·Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis·A M BlakerK M Kessler
Jan 11, 1992·Medical and Pediatric Oncology·C R ThomasS Clifford

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