PMID: 5579153May 1, 1971

Surface mapping of RS-T segment in acute myocardial infarction

British Heart Journal
D S ReidJ P Shillingford


No abstract listed.


Feb 1, 1979·Clinical Cardiology·K M FoxJ P Shillingford
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Jan 20, 1973·British Medical Journal·U ThadaniS H Taylor
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