Mazel, M. S.
December 1958
Angiology;Dec1958, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p353
Academic Journal
Evaluates bilateral internal mammary artery ligation. Provision of complete or partial relief of angina; Improvement of the coronary circulation in approximately 60 percent of study cases; Illustration of the Mazel cardiopexy procedure.


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