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Changes in global longitudinal strain in renal transplant recipients following 12 months of exercise

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  • 09 July 2018

    In the original publication, the given name and family name of the first author Dr. Enrico Minetti were incorrectly published.

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The authors wish to thank Stefano Pedri–ESAOTE-Italy for his technical support and update of the strain software.

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Enrico, M., Klika, R., Ingletto, C. et al. Changes in global longitudinal strain in renal transplant recipients following 12 months of exercise. Intern Emerg Med 13, 805–809 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11739-018-1893-z

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