The methods of treatment of atrial fibrillation in patients with valvular heart disease

O.M. Grytsay, Y.V. Skybchyk, I.Y. Mokryk, E.V. Zhytyns’kiy, V.О. Kuts, О.J. Zharinov, B.M. Todurov

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О.J. Zharinov, О.А. Yepanchintseva, К.O. Mikhaliev, I.V. Shklianka

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R.R. Komorovsky

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S.S. Galych, A.V. Rudenko, E.A. Nastenko, Yu.S. Starodub

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