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Comparison of amounts of coronary narrowing when sudden death is the 1st manifestation of coronary heart disease compared to when it is preceded by angina or myocardial infarction which healed



Comparison of amounts of coronary narrowing when sudden death is the 1st manifestation of coronary heart disease compared to when it is preceded by angina or myocardial infarction which healed



American Heart Association Monograph (107): II-267




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