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[ 1 ] ** ** ** ** ** 20 years later-- the evolution of lap chole / Drexel University College of Medicine.
 
2009
[ 2 ] ** ** ** ** * Paper on chole-lithiasis / by John A. Octerlony. Octerlony, John A. (John Arvid), 1838-1905. 1877
[ 3 ] ** ** ** ** Heart in progressive systemic sclerosis; a clinical pathologic study. Rottenberg, Everett Newton, 1927- 1957
[ 4 ] ** ** ** ** Heart in periarteritis nodosa: a clinicopathologic study. Holsinger, Donald Rider, 1929- 1961
[ 5 ] ** ** ** ** Heart in pulmonary embolism. Currens, James Hawley, 1912- 1942
[ 6 ] ** ** ** ** On the necessity for contracting cavities between the venous trunks and the ventricles of the heart, on the use of venous sinuses in the head, on the wonderful provision made for the transition from the foetal to the breathing state, on palpitation, on de Walker, John, 1759-1830. 1799
[ 7 ] ** ** ** ** Heart in septic endocarditis. Call, John Daniel, 1913- 1943
[ 8 ] ** ** ** ** Pathological anatomy of the heart in myxedema. Bilka, Paul Joseph. 1948
[ 9 ] ** ** ** ** Most certaine and true relation of a strange monster or serpent found in the left ventricle of the heart of John Pennant ... May, Edward, fl. 1633-1637. 1639
[ 10 ] ** ** ** ** Electrical stimulation of the heart in the study and treatment of tachycardias. Wellens, H. J. J. 1971

 
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