Diethrich, Edward B.
October 1972
Angiology;Oct1972, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p515
Academic Journal
Presents an editorial on aggressive approach to diagnosis and treatment of coronary arterial disease. Likelihood of heart to suffer avoidable damage upon the sought for more scientific information; Aims of physician in treating patients with heart disease; Development of new techniques to screen asymptomatic patients.


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