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The clinical impact of the angle of OCT detected irregular protrusion after primary PCI at the STEMI culprit lesions.

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Doctor Atsushi Kyodo

Nara Medical University, Kashihara (Japan)
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Poster Session 6 - Intracoronary imaging physiology

Speakers: Doctor A. Kyodo, Doctor T. Nakamura, Associate Professor H. Amano, Doctor M. Otagaki, Professor O. Weingaertner...
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31 August - 4 September 2019

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