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Mary Clayton Holt - bibliography

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English cardiologist, born April 20, 1924; Eltham, Kent; died October 20, 1993.


  • Samuel Oram and Mary C. Holt:
    Coronary involvement in dissecting aneurysm of the aorta.
    British Heart Journal, London, January 1950, 12 (1): 10-16.
  • Samuel Oram, Mary Holt, Terence East:
    Å’sophageal and other leads in posterior cardiac infarction.
    British Heart Journal, London, October 1951, 13 (4): 475-484.
  • M. Holt:
    Society for Experimental Stress Analysis New Affiliate of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
    Science, Washington DC, April 30, 1954, 119 (3096): 3A.
  • Mary Holt, Samuel Oram:
    Familial heart disease with skeletal malformations.
    British Heart Journal, London, April 1960, 22: 236-242.
  • Samuel Oram and Mary Holt:
    Innocent depression of the S-T segment and flattening of the T-wave during pregnancy.
    The Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology of the British Empire, London, October 1961, 68: 765-70.
  • R. F. McGregor, V. Marasigan, C. Eisenhart, M. Holt:
    Galileo. Science, Washington DC, November 20 1964, 146 (3647): 997-998.
  • F. W. Wright, M. V. Merrick, M. Holt, R. Oliver:
    Clinical uses of 113mIn and other short-lived radioisotopes.
    The British Journal of Radiology, London, March 1969, 42 (495): 235-236.
  • M. Holt:
    Mothers don't make better midwives.
    Nursing Mirror and Midwives Journal, London, June 13, 969, 128 (24): 24.
  • M. Holt:
    Who's worrying?
    Nursing Mirror and Midwives Journal, London, October 1970, 16; 131 (16): 23.
  • D. A. Tibbutt, J. A. Davies, G. A. Miller, G. C. Sutton, A. A. Sharp, J. Lee Gde, M. Holt, V. V. Kakkar, P. T. Flute:
    Comparison between streptokinase and heparin in life-threatening pulmonary embolism. British Journal of Haematology, Oxford, August 1973, 25 (2): 275-276.

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