Coronary plaque composition of nonculprit lesions, assessed by in vivo intracoronary ultrasound radio frequency data analysis, is related to clinical presentation. Rodriguez-Granillo, G. A.; McFadden, E. P.; Valgimigli, M.; van Mieghem, C. A.; Regar, E.; de Feyter, P. J.; and Serruys, P. W. American Heart Journal, 151(5):1020-1024, 2006.
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@Article{RodriguezGranillo_2006_908,
  author = {Rodriguez-Granillo, G. A. and McFadden, E. P. and Valgimigli, M. and van Mieghem, C. A. and Regar, E. and de Feyter, P. J. and Serruys, P. W.},
 journal = {American Heart Journal},
 number = {5},
 pages = {1020-1024},
 title = {Coronary plaque composition of nonculprit lesions, assessed by in vivo intracoronary ultrasound radio frequency data analysis, is related to clinical presentation},
 volume = {151},
 year = {2006},
 keywords = {Aged, C-Reactive, Protein/metabolism, Coronary, Arteriosclerosis/complications/metabolism/*ultrasonography, Coronary, Vessels/metabolism/physiopathology/*ultrasonography, Female, Humans, Lipid, Metabolism, Male, Middle, Aged, Myocardial, Ischemia/complications, Severity, of, Illness, Index, Ultrasonography, Interventional/*methods},
 title_with_no_special_chars = {Coronary plaque composition of nonculprit lesions assessed by in vivo intracoronary ultrasound radio frequency data analysis is related to clinical presentation}
}
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