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Validation of videodensitometric myocardial perfusion assessment

  • Ferenc Nagy EMAIL logo , Attila Nemes , Tamás Szűcsborus , Tamás Ungi , András Katona , Viktor Sasi , Zsolt Zimmermann , Anita Kalapos , Tamás Forster and Imre Ungi
From the journal Open Medicine


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Published Online: 2013-9-18
Published in Print: 2013-10-1

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