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Belastungshypertonie bei Athleten: nur Ausdruck höherer Leistungsfähigkeit oder doch Risikofaktor?

Exercise hypertension in athletes: just an expression of higher performance or a risk factor?

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Preßler, A. Belastungshypertonie bei Athleten: nur Ausdruck höherer Leistungsfähigkeit oder doch Risikofaktor?. Kardiologe 13, 68–70 (2019).

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