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S Padmavati


It has been said that there have been more advances in medicine in the last fifty years than in all the previous millenia. There is no doubt that phenomenal changes have occurred in all branches of science and medicine since World War II. Many specialities in medicine developed after World War II and cardiology has been one of the most dynamic.

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