PMID: 5017237Apr 1, 1972

The frequency and significance of coronary arterial thrombi and other observations in fatal acute myocardial infarction: a study of 107 necropsy patients

The American Journal of Medicine
W C Roberts, L M Buja

Abstract

No abstract listed.

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