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Session Details

Poster Session 5: Ischemic heart disease
10 Dec 08:30 - 12:30 Coronary anatomy and function Poster Session Poster Area - Poster Area
Chairpersons: M G Sprynger (Liege, BE), L Mertens (Toronto, CA), D Messika-Zeitoun (Paris, FR), M Galderisi (Naples, IT)

Presentations list

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