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Published in Cardiology

Journal Scan / Research · August 30, 2017

Inotropic Myocardial Reserve Deficiency Is the Predominant Feature of Exercise Hemodynamics in Cardiac Amyloidosis

European Journal of Heart Failure

 

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European Journal of Heart Failure
Inotropic Myocardial Reserve Deficiency Is the Predominant Feature of Exercise Haemodynamics in Cardiac Amyloidosis
Eur. J. Heart Fail 2017 Aug 24;[EPub Ahead of Print], TS Clemmensen, H Mølgaard, J Sörensen, H Eiskjaer, NF Andersen, S Mellemkjaer, MJ Andersen, LP Tolbod, HJ Harms, SH Poulsen

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