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Mechanisms of left ventricular dyssynchrony: A multinational SPECT study of patients with bundle branch block

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Mechanisms of left ventricular dyssynchrony: A multinational SPECT study of patients with bundle branch block
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Journal of Nuclear Cardiology, February 2020
DOI 10.1007/s12350-020-02054-y
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Sillanmäki, Saara, Gimelli, Alessia, Ahmad, Shahzad, Samir, Saba, Laitinen, Tomi, Soman, Prem

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