Masters, Arthur M.
July 1971
Angiology;Jul/Aug1971, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p421
Academic Journal
Presents views of an internist on the controversy surrounding the medical versus surgical treatment of coronary disease. Survival rate of patients undergoing a medical and surgical treatment; Comments on the monotony of surgical procedures; Recourse to coronary angiography in cases in which the diagnosis is doubtful.


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