Cardiovascular Medicine

  • V. Franklin Colon
  • Alan D. Forker
  • Robert S. Eliot


The diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of patients with various heart ailments falls in great part to the family physician, with consultation or referral—when necessary—with the cardiologist.


Aortic Valve Mitral Valve Angina Pectoris Unstable Angina Family Physician 
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  • V. Franklin Colon
  • Alan D. Forker
  • Robert S. Eliot

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