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Mr Diogo Traub Kormann

Quanta diagnostic Center, Curitiba (Brazil)

Studying medicine on its 10th semester of the Positivo University at Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil, Diogo Traub Kormann was monitor of the immunology subject during the year of 2017, currently integrates an internship program focused on research development at Quanta diagnostic center and was the winner of the best free topic on clinical research presented on the XLV congress of the Cardiology Society from Paraná.

Does positive family history for premature coronary artery disease increase the cardiovascular risk among elderly?

Event: ESC Congress 2019

Topic: Noninvasive Diagnostic Methods

Session: Risk factors for Coronary Artery Disease


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