Experimental ectopic cardiac rhythms

American Heart Journal
D SCHERFF ROTH

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

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

Citations

May 1, 1958·The American Journal of Cardiology·D SCHERF, B GURBUZER
Apr 1, 1959·American Heart Journal·D SCHERFD DE ARMAS
Jun 1, 1963·The American Journal of Cardiology·D SCHERFM YILDIZ
Jan 1, 1960·The American Journal of Cardiology·D SCHERF, C BORNEMANN
Aug 1, 1961·British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy·A SCHOTT
Mar 1, 1966·British Heart Journal·A CASTELLANOSB V Berkovits

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