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ПЕРОРАЛЬНЫЕ АНТИАГРЕГАНТЫ ПРИ КОРОНАРНОЙ БОЛЕЗНИ СЕРДЦА: ПОЗИЦИИ КЛОПИДОГРЕЛА

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И. С. Явелов
ФГБУН «НИИ физико-химической медицины» ФМБА России, Москва
Россия
Лаборатория клинической кардиологии.


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