Hirose, Teruo; Bailey, Charles P.
May 1965
Angiology;May1965, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p288
Academic Journal
1. A new myocardial biopsy needle is presented 2. From experimental studies on the dog, this biopsy needle appears to he relatively safe and adequate for the desired purpose. 3. The new needle is intended to he used as an adjunct to the diagnostic armamentarium of the clinician with special reference to the application of the antethoracic pancardiocentesis technique, which has been reported previously.


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