In vivo relationship between compositional and mechanical imaging of coronary arteries. insights from intravascular ultrasound radiofrequency data analysis. Rodriguez-Granillo, G. A.; Garcia-Garcia, H. M.; Valgimigli, M.; Schaar, J. A.; Pawar, R.; van der Giessen, W. J.; Regar, E.; van der Steen, A. F.; de Feyter, P. J.; and Serruys, P. W. Am Heart J, 151(5):1025e1-6, 2006. 1097-6744 (Electronic) Journal Article
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@Article{RodriguezGranillo_2006_907,
  author = {Rodriguez-Granillo, G. A. and Garcia-Garcia, H. M. and Valgimigli, M. and Schaar, J. A. and Pawar, R. and van der Giessen, W. J. and Regar, E. and van der Steen, A. F. and de Feyter, P. J. and Serruys, P. W.},
 journal = {Am Heart J},
 note = {1097-6744 (Electronic) Journal Article},
 number = {5},
 pages = {1025e1-6},
 title = {In vivo relationship between compositional and mechanical imaging of coronary arteries. insights from intravascular ultrasound radiofrequency data analysis},
 volume = {151},
 year = {2006},
 keywords = {Aged, Calcium/metabolism, Coronary, Disease/*metabolism/*ultrasonography, Coronary, Vessels/metabolism/*physiopathology/*ultrasonography, Female, Fibrosis, Humans, Male, Middle, Aged, Necrosis, Predictive, Value, of, Tests, Sensitivity, and, Specificity, Stress, Mechanical, *Ultrasonography, Interventional/methods},
 title_with_no_special_chars = {In vivo relationship between compositional and mechanical imaging of coronary arteries Insights from intravascular ultrasound radiofrequency data analysis}
}
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