Acute aortic dissection in pregnancy management with the fetus remaining in situ

Ferreira, D. C.; Abreu, I. M.; Honório, J.; Sampaio, P. N.; Binello, F.; Bastos, D.; Pierre, J.; Carvalho, I. H.; Alves, U.; Bosiger, A.; Pereira Filho, P. M. S.; Silva, D. H.; Neto, O. Souza
October 2013
Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery;2013, Vol. 8 Issue Suppl 1, p1
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Acute aortic dissection in pregnancy management with the fetus remaining in situ" by D. C. Ferreira, I. M. Abreu, P. N. Sampaio and colleagues is presented.


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