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Clinical and histopathological outcome of cervical and chest MRI involving non-MRI-conditional cardiac pacemakers: a study using sheep models.

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Summary of "Clinical and histopathological outcome of cervical and chest MRI involving non-MRI-conditional cardiac pacemakers: a study using sheep models."

To examine the clinical and histopathological consequences of MRI in sheep implanted with non-MRI-conditional cardiac pacemakers.

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Name: La Radiologia medica
ISSN: 1826-6983
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