Braunwald's heart disease: a textbook of cardiovascular medicine, Volume 2
With 35 new chapters as well as comprehensive updates throughout, the New Edition of the cardiology masterwork represents the most complete revision to date. Hundreds of world authorities synthesize all of the developments that are revolutionizing practicefrom the newest findings in molecular biology and genetics to the latest imaging modalities, interventional procedures, and medications. Plus, it now features an exciting full-color layout with many new illustrations, a brand-new section on preventive cardiology, 20 new contributors, and a wealth of e-dition options to meet any reference need.
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Myocardial Oxygen Supply
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