Enfoque biopsicosocial | 21 NOV 16

¿Qué es la precordialgia no cardíaca y cómo se trata?

La precordialgia no cardíaca es común y los pacientes con dolor “atípico” y riesgo cardíaco bajo en general no necesitan una investigación formal
Autor/a: Chambers JB,Marks EM, HunterMS Heart 2015; 101:1240–1249
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Referencias bibliográficas

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