Chaithiraphan, S.; Goldberg, E.; O'Reilly, M.; Jootar, P.
February 1973
Angiology;Feb1973, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p86
Academic Journal
Examines the involvement of multiple aneurysms of coronary artery in sclerodermal heart disease. Pathology of scleroderma; Presentation of a case of a man admitted because of recurrent substernal pressure radiating to left shoulder and both arms; Diagnosis of schlerodermal heart disease.


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