Werner G. Daniel, Itzhak Kronzon, Andreas Mügge
Williams & Wilkins, 1996 - Medical - 380 pages
Embolism can be a serious complication of many cardiac and vascular disorders. Recent technologic developments have greatly expanded our knowledge about cardiogenic embolism.
This practical, detailed review is your guide to the current knowledge of pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiogenic embolism.
This text presents clear information for the internist, cardiologist, neurologist, cardiac surgeon and vascular surgeon, as well as every practitioner who may be called upon to diagnose, prevent, or treat this common - often catastrophic - condition.
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