Canadian Journal of Cardiology
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Dispel the Myth! South Asians Do Not Have “Small Coronaries”

Published:March 08, 2023DOI:
      Andrew J Gorton MD, Suresh Keshavamurthy MD, Arkalgud Sampath Kumar M.Ch.
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