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Allen’s test in patients with peripheral artery disease

Zoltán Ruzsa EMAIL logo , Károly Tóth , Balázs Berta , István Koncz , György Szabó , Zoltán Jambrik , István Varga , Kálmán Hüttl , Béla Merkely and Attila Nemes
From the journal Open Medicine

Abstract

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