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Can the patency of infarct related coronary artery after attempted intravenous thrombolysis be predicted using rnv and regional ejection fraction?



Can the patency of infarct related coronary artery after attempted intravenous thrombolysis be predicted using rnv and regional ejection fraction?



European Journal of Nuclear Medicine 16(7): 496




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