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Po19-586 Evidence At Autopsy Of Spasm In The Right Distal Coronary Artery In Cases Of Coronary Heart Disease With Sudden Death



Po19-586 Evidence At Autopsy Of Spasm In The Right Distal Coronary Artery In Cases Of Coronary Heart Disease With Sudden Death



Atherosclerosis Suppl.s 8(1): 160-161




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DOI: 10.1016/s1567-5688(07)71596-9


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