Painless type A aortic dissection presenting as complete heart block

Resuscitation
Scot GargSteve Griffin

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Feb 24, 2000·JAMA : the Journal of the American Medical Association·P G HaganK A Eagle

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Jun 29, 2010·The American Journal of Emergency Medicine·Jia-Fu LiuShu-Ming Pan
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