Comparison of coronary minimal lumen area quantification by sixty-four-slice Computed Tomography versus intravascular ultrasound for intermediate stenosis. Caussin, C., Larchez, C., Ghostine, S., Pesenti-Rossi, D., Daoud, B., Habis, M., Sigal-Cinqualbre, A., Perrier, E., Angel, C. Y., Lancelin, B., & Paul, J. F. Am J Cardiol, 98(7):871-6, 2006. 0002-9149 (Print) Comparative Study Journal Article
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@Article{Caussin_2006_972,
  author = {Caussin, C. and Larchez, C. and Ghostine, S. and Pesenti-Rossi, D. and Daoud, B. and Habis, M. and Sigal-Cinqualbre, A. and Perrier, E. and Angel, C. Y. and Lancelin, B. and Paul, J. F.},
 journal = {Am J Cardiol},
 note = {0002-9149 (Print) Comparative Study Journal Article},
 number = {7},
 pages = {871-6},
 title = {Comparison of coronary minimal lumen area quantification by sixty-four-slice {C}omputed {T}omography versus intravascular ultrasound for intermediate stenosis},
 volume = {98},
 year = {2006},
 keywords = {Coronary, Angiography, Coronary, Stenosis/*pathology, Coronary, Vessels/*pathology, Electrocardiography, Humans, Image, Processing, Computer-Assisted, Middle, Aged, Observer, Variation, Sensitivity, and, Specificity, Severity, of, Illness, Index, Tomography, X-Ray, Computed/*methods, *Ultrasonography, Interventional},
 title_with_no_special_chars = {Comparison of coronary minimal lumen area quantification by sixtyfourslice computed tomography versus intravascular ultrasound for intermediate stenosis}
}
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