An Atlas of Myocardial Infarction and Related Cardiovascular Complications

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Taylor & Francis, Oct 15, 1994 - Medical - 136 pages
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This is a color atlas of myocardial infarction and related cardiovascular complications with 212 captioned illustrations and introductory review text. It is best described in the Foreword by Dr. Lawrence S. Cohen, Yale University School of Medicine, who says, Dr. Dymond has put together a well-illustrated atlas reflecting the current state of knowledge concerning myocardial infarction. The strength of this book rests with the illustrations. . . . The Atlas is richly illustrated with electrocardiograms, angiograms, radionuclide scans, rest and stress electrocardiograms, magnetic resonance images, Holter monitors, angioscopy, and positron emission tomography images. It is in this section of the book that the reader marvels at the array of diagnostic tools that allows the physician to perform his magic.

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