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Advanced CT Applications for Structural Heart Disease Intervention

In this Presentation Dr. Leipsic reviews the benefits advanced CT applications can provide pre procedurally for valve intervention in structural heart disease.
Recorded Aug 20 2021 20 mins
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Dr. Jonathon A Leipsic M.D.,F.R.C.P.C. F.S.C.C.T
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