TITLE

668 Evidence of elevated left ventricular filling pressure in hypertensive hypertrophic patients despite impaired relaxation pattern of Doppler transmitral flow

AUTHOR(S)
Abergel, E.; Sirol, M.; Raffoul, H.; Diebold, B.
PUB. DATE
December 2003
SOURCE
European Journal of Echocardiography;2003, Vol. 4 Issue suppl_1, pS79
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
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Abstract
ABSTRACT
An abstract of the article "Evidence of elevated left ventricular filling pressure in hypertensive hypertrophic patients despite impaired relaxation pattern of Doppler transmitral flow" by E. Abergel, M. Sirol, H. Raffoul, B. Diebold is presented.
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80108348

 

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