Проблеми діагностики та хірургічного лікування первинних пухлин серця

Р.М. Вітовський, В.М. Бешляга

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Ідіовентрикулярний ритм серця

М.Т. Ватутін,  А.М. Шевельок, В.О. Карапиш

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Перше успішне застосування екстракорпоральної мембранної оксигенації
у дитини першого року життя при синдромі гострого пошкодження легенів 

Б.М. Тодуров, О.М. Довгань, О.М. Дружина, І.О. Аксьонова, В.І. Борисова, С.М. Судакевич, В.В. Шмирко, Т.В. Кропивко, Н.В. Льовіна

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Можливості однофотонної емісійної комп’ютерної томографії щодо оцінки стану післяінфарктної аневризми лівого шлуночка серця

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М.Ф. Зіньковський, О.М. Довгань, Р.Р. Сейдаметов, В.В. Лазоришинець, Б.В. Бацак, О.М. Трембовецька, Б.Б. Кравчук, С.О. Дикуха, М.Ю. Атаманюк

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Альманах-2012 – кардіохірургія у дорослих: результати вибраних досліджень, які визначають останні досягнення клінічної кардіології

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