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The use of maximal oxygen uptake capacity to assess left ventricular function in severe aortic regurgitation


, : The use of maximal oxygen uptake capacity to assess left ventricular function in severe aortic regurgitation. Clinical Science (London) 70(SUPPL 13): 35P-36P



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DOI: 10.1042/cs070035pb

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