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Pathogenesis of symptomatic crises in patients with coronary artery spasm: evidence for acute damage to vascular glycocalyx and to circulating platelets

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Professor John D Horowitz

University of Adelaide, Adelaide (Australia)
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ESC CONGRESS 2019

31 August - 4 September 2019

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