Atypical stress-induced cardiomyopathy: a case series

ALHAJ, Eyad; AHMAD, Umair S.; NIAZI, Oussama T.; ZAKHARY, Daniel; AKHTAR, Morium; ZABOLOTSKY, Andrew; ORISCELLO, Ralph; VOUDOURIS, Apostolos; KALUSKI, Edo; KLAPHOLZ, Marc
April 2013
Acta Cardiologica;Apr2013, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p222
Academic Journal
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