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Advances in Transcatheter Electrosurgery for Treating Valvular Heart Disease

… mitral leaflet to prevent left ventricular outflow obstruction splits and splays the anterior mitral valve and … scallop intentional laceration to prevent iatrogenic coronary artery obstruction enables transcatheter aortic valve …

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Treatment of Angina - New Attitudes and Emerging Changes in Management

… symptom that is usually, in the developed world, caused by obstruction to the coronary arteries by the enlargement of atheromatous lesions; … in the coronary arteries, 8-11 thrombosis in the coronary artery leading to myocardial infarction, 12,13 and the …

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Computed Tomographic Angiography and Nuclear Myocardial Perfusion Imaging—A Comparison in Detecting Significant Coronary Artery Disease

… Perfusion Imaging-A Comparison in Detecting Significant Coronary Artery Disease Matthew J Budoff , Ambarish Gopal , Register … the development of new diagnostic methods that allow the coronary arteries to be visualized non-invasively. The last …

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Clinical Features and Outcomes of Patients with Chemotherapy-induced Takotsubo Syndrome

… At presentation, TS is often indistinguishable from acute coronary syndrome, yet its occurrence is independent of epicardial coronary artery obstruction. 1-4 Other features include a predilection for …

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Computed Tomographic Angiography and Nuclear Myocardial Perfusion Imaging—A Comparison in Detecting Significant Coronary Artery Disease

… Perfusion Imaging-A Comparison in Detecting Significant Coronary Artery Disease Matthew J Budoff , Ambarish Gopal , Register … the development of new diagnostic methods that allow the coronary arteries to be visualized non-invasively. The last …

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Coarctation: A Review

… whereas discrete localized stenosis or membrane-like obstruction just beyond the left subclavian artery is more often encountered in older children and … aneurysm formation at the site of previous repair, early coronary artery disease, and intracranial aneurysm. Systemic …

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Essentials in the Post-operative Evaluation of Congenital Heart Disease

… corrected transposition and an unrepaired anomalous coronary artery in tetralogy of Fallot. Sequelae meanwhile consist of … if both vocal cords are paralyzed significant airway obstruction can occur. 14 The diagnosis can be made by …

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Advances in Coronary Physiology: Update for 2017

… Text Figures & Tables References Article Advances in Coronary Physiology: Update for 2017 Morton J Kern , … Views: 1096 Likes: 0 Downloads: 2 Abstract Invasive coronary physiology is a key instrument in decision-making … reserve has been well validated in chronic stable coronary artery disease and its practical applications are expanding …

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Ischemic Complications of Pregnancy: Who is at Risk?

… angiographers, and are predominantly spontaneous coronary artery dissection, followed by atherosclerotic disease and … attempts remain for those with severe and proximal obstruction or hemodynamic compromise. 20 Mode of Delivery …

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Gazing through the Crystal Ball of Science - Cardiovascular Disease in 2100

… Fox CS, Evans JC, Larson MG, et al., Temporal trends in coronary heart disease mortality and sudden cardiac death … 2: 59-67. Crossref Herrick JB, Clinical features of sudden obstruction of the coronary arteries, JAMA , 1912; 59: … molecules in atherogenesis support the concept of coronary artery disease as a complex trait, J Am Coll Cardiol , 2009; …

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