PMID: 14255606Jan 1, 1965

HEMODYNAMIC DETERMINANTS OF THE AMPLITUDE OF THE FIRST HEART SOUND

Circulation Research
T SakamotoA A Luisada

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

May 1, 1956·Circulation Research·R F RUSHMERA A NASH
Jan 1, 1961·American Heart Journal·T YOSHIDAS SATOMURA
Jan 1, 1962·The Journal of Clinical Investigation·W L GLEASON, E BRAUNWALD
Jul 1, 1963·The American Journal of Physiology·A G WALLACEJ H MITCHELL
Mar 1, 1963·Journal of Applied Physiology·R ZALTERA A Luisada
Dec 1, 1950·Annals of Internal Medicine·H L SMITHE J BALDES
Jan 1, 1952·The American Journal of Physiology·A A LuisadaL LEWIS
Nov 17, 1949·The New England Journal of Medicine·O ORIAS

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Jul 1, 1973·Basic Research in Cardiology·H von Egidy
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