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Age and gender specific normal values of left ventricular mass, volume and function for gradient echo magnetic resonance imaging: a cross sectional study

By Peter A Cain, Ragnhild Ahl, Erik Hedstrom, Martin Ugander, Ase Allansdotter-Johnsson, Peter Friberg and Hakan Arheden
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