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Longitudinal myocardial velocity gradient derived from pulsed Doppler tissue imaging in AL amyloidosis: a sensitive indicator of systolic and diastolic dysfunction.

Longitudinal myocardial velocity gradient derived from pulsed Doppler tissue imaging in AL amyloidosis: a sensitive indicator of systolic and diastolic dysfunction. J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 2004 Jan; 17(1):36-44.

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