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Master of Science (M.S.)


Institute of Medical Sciences

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For a considerable number of years the problem of revascularizing the myocardium after the development of coronary circulatory deficiency has stirred the imagination of physiologists, clinicians and surgeons. The obstruction in the coronary system brings a reduction in the coronary blood flow which is responsible for the symptoms and deterioration of the myocardial function In hearts otherwise normal or close to a standard normal state.





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