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Aortic Valve Surgery by Noboru Motomura

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Aortic Valve Surgery
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533076003
Number of pages: 246

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The aortic valve is located at the center of the heart. It is the core of cardiac anatomy and aortic valve surgery has led the field of cardiac surgery. This book describes all aspects of aortic valve surgery and it will help clarify daily questions regarding the clinical practice in aortic valve surgery, as well as induce inspiration and new insights into this field.

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