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Opportunities of coronary heart disease rehabilitation results objective assessment after coronary artery bypass surgery



Opportunities of coronary heart disease rehabilitation results objective assessment after coronary artery bypass surgery



Klinicheskaia Meditsina 76(10): 23-26




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