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Clinical manifestations of papillary muscle dysfunction.
The sudden development of a harsh apical systolic murmur in a patient with a recent myocardial infarct is usually considered to indicate rupture of a papillary muscle or perforation of the… Expand
A New Electrocardiographic Pattern Observed in Cerebrovascular Accidents
An electrocardiographic pattern was encountered in patients with cerebrovascular accidents which consisted primarily of T waves of large amplitude and duration. Large U waves were often present which… Expand
The Atrial Coronary Arteries in Man
An anatomic study of the atrial coronary arteries in 43 fresh normal human hearts is described. The implications of the findings are discussed for clinical problems facing the cardiologist and the… Expand
Studies of diffusion of water through dead human skin; the effect of different environmental states and of chemical alterations of the epidermis.
Summary Specimens of dead skin from various sites of the body were studied to determine the rate of passive diffusion of water under certain environmental atmospheric states. Effects of dry heat,… Expand
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- American heart journal
Our research set out to explore alternative methods to the teaching of drawing in design process and visualisation skills to meet the standards required by industry. The paper is informed by… Expand
Report of committee on electrocardiography, American Heart Association. Recommendations for standardization of leads and of specifications for instruments in electrocardiography and…
By COMMITTEE MEMBERS: CHARLES E. KOSSMANN, M.D., CHAIRMAN, DANIEL A. BRODY, M.D., GEORGE E. BURCH, M.D., HANs H. HECHT, M.D., FRANKLIN D. JOHNSTON, M.D., CALVIN KAY, M.D., EUGENE LEPESCHKIN, M.D.,… Expand