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E.P. Evseev

Petrovsky Russian Scientific Center of Surgery

M.A. Fomin

Petrovsky Russian Scientific Center of Surgery

E.V. Balakin

Petrovsky Russian Research Center of Surgery

Ya.A. Aidamirov

Petrovsky Russian Research Center of Surgery

V.A. Ivanov

Petrovsky Russian Research Center of Surgery

T.G. Nikityuk

Petrovsky Russian Scientific Center of Surgery

S.V. Fedulova

Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery

Yu.V. Belov

Petrovsky National Research Center of Surgery;
Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University

Aortic valve replacement via right-sided anterior minithoracotomy

Authors:

E.P. Evseev, M.A. Fomin, E.V. Balakin, Ya.A. Aidamirov, V.A. Ivanov, T.G. Nikityuk, S.V. Fedulova, Yu.V. Belov

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To cite this article:

Evseev EP, Fomin MA, Balakin EV, Aidamirov YaA, Ivanov VA, Nikityuk TG, Fedulova SV, Belov YuV. Aortic valve replacement via right-sided anterior minithoracotomy. Russian Journal of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery. 2023;16(2):150‑155. (In Russ., In Engl.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/kardio202316021150

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