Early results of robotically assisted mitral valve surgery: Analysis of the first 1000 cases

  title={Early results of robotically assisted mitral valve surgery: Analysis of the first 1000 cases},
  author={Marc Gillinov and Tomislav Mihaljevic and Hoda Javadikasgari and Rakesh Suri and Stephanie L. Mick and Jose L Navia and Milind Y. Desai and Johannes O. Bonatti and Mitra Khosravi and Jay J. Idrees and Ashley M Lowry and Eugene H. Blackstone and Lars G. Svensson},
  journal={The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery},

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