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Over estimation of left ventricular function by ejection fraction in aortic regurgitation proof by end systolic pressure volume and stress volume relation



Over estimation of left ventricular function by ejection fraction in aortic regurgitation proof by end systolic pressure volume and stress volume relation



American Heart Association Monograph (101): III-238




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