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Evaluation of the accuracy of a new semiautomatic 3-D program by quantifying right ventricular volume using real-time 3-D imaging Studies in an in vitro model duplicating human RV anatomy



Evaluation of the accuracy of a new semiautomatic 3-D program by quantifying right ventricular volume using real-time 3-D imaging Studies in an in vitro model duplicating human RV anatomy



Journal of the American College of Cardiology 39(5 Suppl. A): 408A




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