Ducasse, Reynold; Kamenear, Harold R.; Bessinger, Herbert E.
July 1977
Angiology;Jul1977, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p482
Academic Journal
Reports on a case of a patient suffering from left anterior hemiblock complicating trichinous myocarditis. Symptoms exhibited by the patient; White blood cell count of the patient; Drugs given to the patient; Electrocardiographic manifestations of myocardial damage.


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