Vol 27, No 3 (2020)
Brief communication — Interventional cardiology
Published online: 2020-05-20

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Colocalization of plaque macrophages and calcification in coronary plaques as detected by optical coherence tomography predicts cardiovascular outcome

Mathias Burgmaier1, Andrea Milzi1, Rosalia Dettori1, Kathrin Burgmaier2, Martin Hellmich3, Mohammad Almalla1, Nikolaus Marx1, Sebastian Reith1
Pubmed: 32436586
Cardiol J 2020;27(3):303-306.

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