EUROECHO & other Imaging Modalities 2011

07 - 10 December 2011, Budapest - Hungary

Session Details

Velocity and deformation imaging in electrophysiology
Fri 09 Dec 14:00 - 18:00 Unknown Moderated Posters Moderated Poster Area - Poster Area
Chairpersons: V Delgado (Leiden, NL), P Sogaard (Hellerup, DK)

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