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Herz

  • M. G. Lentschig

Zusammenfassung

Die Abklärung der angeborenen und erworbenen Erkrankungen des Herzens erfordert häufig nicht-invasive und invasive Untersuchungsmethoden, deren kombinierte Interpretation meistens erst zu einer abschließenden Diagnose führt.

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