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By Joseph C. Greenfield Jr., Judith C. Rembert (auth.), Robert M. Califf M.D., Galen S. Wagner M.D. (eds.)

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6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. abnormalities of myocardium salvaged by reperfusion. AmJ PhysioI241:H591- H599, 1981. Reimer KA, Jennings RB, Tatum AH: Pathobiology of acute myocardial ischemia: metabolic, functional and ultrastructural studies. Am J Cardiol 52: 72A-81A, 1983. Weiner, JM, Apstein CS, Arthur JH, Pirzada FA, Hood WB Jr: Persistence of myocardial injury following brief periods of coronary occlusion. Cardiovasc Res 10: 678-686, 1976. Jennings RB, Sommers HM, Smyth GA, Flack HA, Linn H: Myocardial necrosis induced by temporary occlusion of a coronary artery in the dog.

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