[Diabetes in Coronary Disease: The Risk of Non-Diagnosis].

Joao Filipe Raposo
Joao Filipe Raposo
APDP - Diabetes Portugal Rua Rodrigo da Fonseca

Acta Med Port 2017 06 30;30(6):429-430. Epub 2017 Jun 30.

Diretor Clínico. APDP - Associação Protetora dos Diabéticos de Portugal. Lisboa. Portugal.; Professor Auxiliar Convidado. Nova Medical School. Lisboa. Portugal.

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