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A new look at acute rheumatic mitral regurgitation

  • L. George Veasy (a1) and Lloyd Y. Tani (a1)

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Correspondence to: L. George Veasy MD, 2819 Sherwood Drive, Salt Lake City, UT 84108, USA. Tel: +1 801 587 3905; Fax: +1 801 587 9607; E-mail: george.veasy@hsc.utah.edu

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A new look at acute rheumatic mitral regurgitation

  • L. George Veasy (a1) and Lloyd Y. Tani (a1)

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