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Impact of lipoprotein(a) levels on recurrent cardiovascular events in patients with premature coronary artery disease

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Gragnano, F., Fimiani, F., Di Maio, M. et al. Impact of lipoprotein(a) levels on recurrent cardiovascular events in patients with premature coronary artery disease. Intern Emerg Med 14, 621–625 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11739-019-02082-8

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