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Pulmonary hypertension.


Pulmonary hypertension.

Ed. by Nicholas S. Hill and Harrison W. Farber.

Humana Press Inc.


444 pages



Contemporary cardiology


Pulmonary specialists mostly from US universities review recent developments in the pathophysiologic understanding and therapy of pulmonary hypertension in a manner designed to be comprehensible and useful to clinicians. Their topics include classification, genes, the right ventricle, connective tissue disease associated with the condition, a general therapeutic approach and traditional therapies, statins, and lung transplantation and atrial septostomy.

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Date:Sep 1, 2008
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