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Pericardite: Sources and Notes

> Imazio M., Trinchero R. Myopericarditis: Etiology, management, and prognosis. Int J Cardiol 2008; 127: 17-26.

> Imazio M, Brucato A, Trinchero R, Adler Y. Diagnosis and management of pericardial diseases. Nat Rev Cardiol 2009; 6: 743-51.

> Vincent Darioli, David Carballo, Sebastian Carballo, A tailor-made treatment of pericarditis, Rev Med Switzerland 2010; 6: 1957-1962.

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