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Delayed hyperenhancement of the pericardium by magnetic resonance imaging as a marker of pericardial inflammation in a patient with tuberculous effusive constrictive pericarditis
  1. J-W Ha,
  2. Y-G Ko,
  3. B-W Choi

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