Seligman, Bert
November 1961
Angiology;Nov1961, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p593
Academic Journal
Present clinical cases on relentless hypotension. Assessment on the medical history of the patients; Signs and symptoms presented upon physical examination; Diagnosis and treatment of the condition.


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