Dunbar syndrome

Björn Loewenhardt 1 , Michael Conze 2 ,  and Michael Bernhard 3
  • 1 Department of Radiology, Herz-Jesu-Hospital of Fulda, D-36039, Fulda, Germany
  • 2 Section of Cardiology, Group practice Unterm Hl. Kreuz, D-36037, Fulda, Germany
  • 3 Emergency Department/Emergency Admission Unit, University Hospital Leipzig, D-04103, Leipzig, Germany

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