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s/l scabe junctional rhythm...sm

Posted By: wamt on 2008-07-17
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Subject: s/l scabe junctional rhythm...sm

One of these spells was accompanied by gradual slowing of sinus rate and a scabe junctional rhythm in the 30s.




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