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Incidence of congestive cardiomyopathy.
  1. A. Torp


    In a stable population of 250 000, the diagnosis of congestive cardiomyopathy could be firmly established in fifty-nine cases during a period of 8 years. This gives an incidence of the disease of 3/100 000/year. If cases disclosed at post-mortem during the same period are included, the frequency of the disease will equal 5/100 000/year.

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