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  1. 40309171150
    Author(s):Wartman, W. B.
    Title:Occlusion of the coronary arteries by hemorrhage into their walls.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Pathology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. Heart J.
    Date of Publication:1938
    Pagination:15: 459–70.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  2. 40309171220
    Author(s):Silberberg, M. D.
    Title:Prognosis in coronary occlusion.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Prognosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Med. J. Australia
    Date of Publication:1938
    Pagination:1: 298–305.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  3. 40309171140
    Author(s):Waite, W. W.
    Title:Postmortem findings in coronary occlusion.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Pathology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Texas J. M.
    Date of Publication:1937–38
    Pagination:33: 493.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  4. 40309171080
    Author(s):Schuster, N. H.
    Title:Aneurysm of the sinus of Valsalva involving the coronary orifice.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Pathology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Lancet
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Date of Publication:1937
    Pagination:1: 507.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  5. 40309171270
    Author(s):Burgess, A. M.
    Chafee, F. H.
    Title:Oxygen in the treatment of coronary occlusion in the home.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Treatment and prevention
    Journal Title Abbreviation:N. England J. M.
    Date of Publication:1937
    Pagination:216: 203–5.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  6. 40309171550
    Author(s):Beck, C. S.
    Title:Coronary sclerosis and angina pectoris.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Sclerosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Surg. Gyn. Obst.
    Date of Publication:1937
    Pagination:64: 270–2.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  7. 40309171160
    Author(s):Wiggers, C. J.
    Title:The inadequacy of the normal collateral coronary circulation and the dynamic factors concerned in its development, during slow coronary occlusion.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Pathology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. Heart J.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:11, 6: 641–7.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  8. 40309171190
    Author(s):Master, A. M.
    Title:Prognosis in occlusion of the coronary arteries.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Prognosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Mod. Concepts Card. Dis.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:5: No. 12, 1.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  9. 40309171310
    Author(s):Hirsch, S.
    Title:Note on the use of evipal (n-methylcyclohexenylmethyl barbituric acid) in coronary occlusion.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Treatment and prevention
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. J. M. Sc.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:192: 644.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
  10. 40309171370
    Author(s):Swann, W. C.
    Title:Attempted means of preventing coronary occlusions.
    Subject(s):Coronary arteries Occlusion: Treatment and prevention
    Journal Title Abbreviation:West Virginia M. J.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:32: 397–403.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 3/Page 917
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