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Peripheral arterial calcification: Prevalence, mechanism, detection, and clinical implications
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Impact of Intensive Lipid Lowering on Lipid Profiles Over Time and Tolerability in Stable Coronary Artery Disease: Insights From a Subanalysis of the Coronary Atherosclerosis Study Measuring Effects of Rosuvastatin Using Intravascular Ultrasound in Japanese Subjects (COSMOS)
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Absent Right Superior Vena Cava with Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava Which Drains to Unroofed Coronary Sinus in a Child with Atrioventricular Septal Defect and Cor Triatriatum Sinister: Preop Correct Diagnosis and Successful Surgery in a Single Session
Önder Doksöz MD, et al.
Congenital Heart Disease
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Ting Sun M.M., et al.
Ageing is a risk factor in imatinib mesylate cardiotoxicity
Wael Maharsy, et al.
European Journal of Heart Failure
Structural Valve Deterioration After Aortic Valve Replacement with Medtronic Freestyle Stentless Porcine Aortic Root Bioprostheses
Hidefumi Nishida M.D., et al.
Journal of Cardiac Surgery
Dual Antiplatelet Therapy Over 6 Months Increases the Risk of Bleeding after Biodegradable Polymer-Coated Sirolimus Eluting Stents Implantation: Insights from the CREATE Study
Lei Zhang M.B.B.S., et al.
Journal of Interventional Cardiology
R-Wave Sensing in an Implantable Cardiac Monitor without ECG-Based Preimplant Mapping: Results from a Multicenter Clinical Trial
Andrew D. Krahn M.D., et al.
Pacing and Clinical Electrophysiology