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Results of exercise ECG test, perfusion SPECT, and coronary angiography in patients with exercise induced myocardial stunning

Results of exercise ECG test, perfusion SPECT, and coronary angiography in patients with exercise induced myocardial stunning

Journal of Nuclear Medicine 44(5 Suppl.): 206P-207P

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