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coronary vessels


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coronary vessels

coronary vessels

Multi-vessel coronary artery spasm

Coronary stenting in small vessels

Coronary stenting in small vessels: reply

Successful emergency surgery on triple-vessel spontaneous coronary artery dissection

Increased Coronary Vessel Wall Thickness in HIV-infected Young Adults

Three-vessel coronary artery disease examined with 320-slice computed tomography coronary angiography

Current percutaneous coronary intervention and coronary artery bypass grafting practices for three-vessel and left main coronary artery disease. Insights from the SYNTAX run-in phase

Association between erectile dysfunction and coronary artery disease. Role of coronary clinical presentation and extent of coronary vessels involvement: the COBRA trial

Coronary flow reserve in angiographically normal coronary arteries with one-vessel coronary artery disease without traditional risk factors

P8891-year follow-up of hybrid coronary revascularization for multi-vessel coronary artery disease amongst patients with stable coronary artery disease

P2386Main vessel score - a simple tool to predict functional significant main vessel stenosis requiring treatment in coronary bifurcation lesions

Morphological and functional changes in coronary vessel evoked by repeated endothelial injury in pigs

Binding of [3H]-5-hydroxytryptamine to human coronary artery and bypass graft vessels

Altered resistive vessel function after coronary angioplasty is not due to reduced production of nitric oxide

Contrasting structure of the saphenous vein and internal mammary artery used as coronary bypass vessels

Relationship between reduced elasticity of extracardiac vessels and left main stem coronary artery disease

Relationship between reduced elasticity of extracardiac vessels and left main stem coronary artery disease

 

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Two pairs of blood vessels (the coronary arteries and coronary veins) that supply the muscles of the heart itself. The coronary arteries arise from the aorta and divide into branches that encircle the heart. A blood clot in a coronary artery (coronary thrombosis) is one of the causes of a ‘heart attack’.

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