Глобальна поздовжня деформація та її динаміка після протезування аортального клапана в пацієнтів з тяжким аортальним стенозом

Н.В. Понич, О.О. Немчина, О.Й. Жарінов, О.А. Єпанчінцева, Б.М. Тодуров


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