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Five Year Results Of The Treatment Strategy Based Upon Fractional Flow Reserve Measurements In Patients With Borderline Coronary Artery Lesions



Five Year Results Of The Treatment Strategy Based Upon Fractional Flow Reserve Measurements In Patients With Borderline Coronary Artery Lesions



Atherosclerosis Suppl.s 9(1): 156-157




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DOI: 10.1016/s1567-5688(08)70631-7


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