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Infected left ventricular thrombus revealing an unrecognized coronary dissection after blunt chest trauma, treated with emergency heart transplantation



Infected left ventricular thrombus revealing an unrecognized coronary dissection after blunt chest trauma, treated with emergency heart transplantation



European Heart Journal 37(3): 318




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DOI: 10.1093/eurheartj/ehv277


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