Belastungsinduzierte Troponinanstiege: Weniger harmlos als bisher angenommen?

Exercise-induced increase in troponin: less harmless than previously assumed?

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Preßler, A. Belastungsinduzierte Troponinanstiege: Weniger harmlos als bisher angenommen?. Kardiologe 13, 335–336 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12181-019-00350-7

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