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To the question of the main of acute urinary retention development during myocardial infarction in young and middle-aged men predictors
Izmukhanov A.S., Rejza V.A.
The role of infectious and seasonal factors in the development of myocardial infarction in men under 60 years old
Gordienko A.V., Sotnikov A.V., Nosovich D.V.
PECULIARITIES OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN SMOKING MEN UNDER 50 YEARS OLD WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
Piliya H.A.
CLINICAL MARKERS OF KIDNEY DYSFUNCTION DEVELOPMENT IN THE INITIAL PERIODS OF MYOCARDIAL IN- FARCTION IN MEN AGE 60 YEARS
Ibragimov M.A.
MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PECULIARITIES IN MEN UNDER 60 YEARS OLD WITH BRONCHIAL ASTHMA
Goryachih V.A.
PECULIARITIES OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN MEN UNDER 60 YEARS OLD WITH MYOCARDIAL IN- FARCTION AND METABOLIC SYNDROME
Ostryakov N.G.
PECULIARITIES OF THE SISTOLIC FUNCTION OF THE LEFT VENTRICLE IN MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION WITH RELATED ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION IN MEN UNDER 60 YEARS
Goncharov S.A.
PECULIARITIES OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION IN MEN UNDER 60 YEARS OF AGE WITH ULCERATIVE DISEASE
Samokish V.A.
PECULIARITIES OF CARDIOVASCULAR RISK FACTORS IN MEN UNDER 60 YEARS OLD WITH MYOCARDIAL IN- FARCTION AND RECIDIVATING ISCHEMIC EPISODES
Baltabayeva A.M.
The state of the circulatory, respiratory and hemostasis organs of the servisemen, suffered from coronavirus pneumonia, in a remote recovery period
Serdyukov D.Y., Rodichev N.S., Tretyakovа A.A.
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