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Description Pain in acute myocardial infarction (front)
Date created May 2006
Source self made (based upon image:Gray1219.png from Gray's Anatomy) - selbst gemacht unter Verwendung von image:Gray1219.png aus Gray's Anatomy
Author J. Heuser JHeuser
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