PMID: 4542290Sep 1, 1973Paper

Thoraic outlet syndrome masquerading as coronary artery disease (pseudoangina)

The Annals of Thoracic Surgery
H C UrschelN F Galbraith

Abstract

No abstract listed.

Citations

Apr 11, 2003·Current Treatment Options in Cardiovascular Medicine·H C Urschel, Amit Patel
Sep 5, 1998·Lancet·H YoshikawaS Tomimoto
May 1, 1975·Annals of Surgery·W A Dale, M R Lewis
Oct 28, 1998·Annals of Surgery·H C Urschel, M A Razzuk
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