PMID: 14082923Dec 1, 1963Paper

HYPERTONICITY FOLLOWING SELECTIVE ANGIOCARDIOGRAPHY

Circulation
S T GIAMMONAW E SEGAR

Abstract

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References

May 1, 1953·Radiology·C T DOTTERI STEINBERG
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Jun 1, 1960·Angiology·J O HOPPE, S ARCHER
May 1, 1960·Circulation Research·R C READM W MEYER

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Dec 15, 1978·Experientia·G Pogátsa, E Dubecz
Jun 2, 1966·The New England Journal of Medicine·A Benchimol, E M McNally
Apr 1, 1979·European Journal of Clinical Investigation·G Pogátsa, E Dubecz
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Mar 1, 1969·British Heart Journal·A K BrownN G Doukas
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Jan 1, 1970·The American Journal of Cardiology·N GootmanN M Buckley
Sep 1, 1966·American Heart Journal·M NadimiM J Frank
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Sep 1, 1974·American Heart Journal·J E Madias, E M Cohen

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