Calleja, Homobono B.; Geurrero, Mario X.; Rustia, Sergio O.
December 1965
Angiology;Dec1965, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p717
Academic Journal
Reports on the value of electrocardiogram in the diagnosis of myocardial infarction. Setting and standardization of the patterns of myocardial infarction with reference to site and age of the infarct; Presentation of the analysis of the mean QRS vector in myocardial infarction; Projection of the QRS vector in the tri-axial reference system in the frontal plane.


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