Melnick, Gilbert S.; Tuna, Naip; Gilson, Michael J.
May 1963
Angiology;May1963, Vol. 14 Issue 5, p252
Academic Journal
Twenty-nine postmortem coronary arteriograms were correlated with electrocardiographic and anatomic findings. Accurate correlation with anatomic findings was found; electrocardiographic correlation was less satisfactory.


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