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Cardiac past. Considerations on the historical development of knowledge in the field of painful cardiac diseases due to changes in the coronary circulation. IV. The development of medical opinion on rheumatism and arthritis and arthritic interpretation of angina pectoris in the 18th century


, : Cardiac past. Considerations on the historical development of knowledge in the field of painful cardiac diseases due to changes in the coronary circulation. IV. The development of medical opinion on rheumatism and arthritis and arthritic interpretation of angina pectoris in the 18th century. Rivista Critica di Clinica Medica 67(2): 97-140


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