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Une cause atypique d’infarctus après remplacement valvulaire mitral [An atypical cause of my o car dial infarction after mitral valve replacement

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Correspondence to Aurelia Javault or Pascal Rosamel or Maxime Cannesson.

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Javault, A., Rosamel, P. & Cannesson, M. Une cause atypique d’infarctus après remplacement valvulaire mitral [An atypical cause of my o car dial infarction after mitral valve replacement. Can J Anesth 54, 678–679 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03022967

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  • Mitral Valve Replacement
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  • Smith Medical
  • Epicardial Pace
  • Ventricule Droit