Vol 26, No 6 (2019)
Brief communication — Interventional cardiology
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Is quantitative flow ratio enough to accurately assess intermediate coronary stenosis? A comparison study with fractional flow reserve

Paweł Kleczyński1, Artur Dziewierz2, Lukasz Rzeszutko2, Dariusz Dudek2, Jacek Legutko1
Pubmed: 31970737
Cardiol J 2019;26(6):793-795.

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