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Increase in ejection fraction and dynamic mitral regurgitation during supine submaximal exercise in patients with coronary artery disease



Increase in ejection fraction and dynamic mitral regurgitation during supine submaximal exercise in patients with coronary artery disease



American Heart Association Monograph (82): IV-78




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