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Effect of functional state of native collaterals and or perfusion size on the development of coronary collaterals in 23 adult untethered conscious dogs



Effect of functional state of native collaterals and or perfusion size on the development of coronary collaterals in 23 adult untethered conscious dogs



Japanese Circulation Journal 52(8): 814




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