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Ablation within the Aortic Sinus of Valsalva for the Treatment of Ventricular Arrhythmias Using a Standard Electrophysiology and Ablation System

Dinh Phong Phan MD, Tran Linh Pham MD, Quoc Khanh Pham MD, PhD…

05 September 2013

September 2013, 21:1

Case Reports

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