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Background Patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) may have multiple complex coronary plaques that are not limited to the culprit lesions. However, it is unknown whether they tend to progress in severity, regress, or remain stable. The aim of this angiographic study is to evaluate the...
Background Determination of left atrial (LA) size is important in clinical decision-making. The LA anteroposterior dimension (APD) has been routinely reported as LA size assessment. Early studies indicated that the APD may have limited accuracy in quantification. Conventional 3-dimensional...
Background Routine 6-month follow-up angiography (FU angio) is the most sensitive tool to detect restenosis. Thus, FU angio protocols have been a pivotal part of trials on long-term efficacy of stents. However, it is unclear if such protocols supply data relevant for the prognosis of individual...
Background An attenuated systolic blood pressure recovery after exercise has been associated with the severity of atherosclerotic heart disease.
Background Successful reperfusion after acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction improves prognosis. Among the different electrocardiographic markers of reperfusion, sum ST resolution is considered the hallmark of reperfusion, but is cumbersome to use.
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