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Paradoxical precordial motion and wasted left ventricular work: the concept of cardiac dyssynergy



Paradoxical precordial motion and wasted left ventricular work: the concept of cardiac dyssynergy



American Heart Journal 73(3): 349-361




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Accession: 025201653

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PMID: 6019196

DOI: 10.1016/0002-8703(67)90431-0



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