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Dimensional changes of the human left ventricle prior to aortic valve opening. A cineangiographic study in patients with and without left heart disease



Dimensional changes of the human left ventricle prior to aortic valve opening. A cineangiographic study in patients with and without left heart disease



Circulation 44(3): 312-322




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DOI: 10.1161/01.cir.44.3.312


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