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Importance of diffuse abnormal epicardial coronary resistance in the functional evaluation of moderate coronary lesions by myocardial fractional flow reserve measurements



Importance of diffuse abnormal epicardial coronary resistance in the functional evaluation of moderate coronary lesions by myocardial fractional flow reserve measurements








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