The year in cardiology: aorta and peripheral circulationThe year in cardiology 2019

Published on Jul 1, 2020in European Heart Journal22.673
· DOI :10.15836/CCAR2020.214
Christian Heiss62
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(East Surrey Hospital),
Alex Pitcher16
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(John Radcliffe Hospital)
+ 5 AuthorsVictor Aboyans80
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(French Institute of Health and Medical Research)
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