Vol 28, No 1 (2021)
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Hyperemic contrast velocity assessment improves accuracy of the image-based fractional flow reserve calculation

Balázs Tar1, Csaba Jenei2, Áron Üveges2, Gábor Tamás Szabó2, András Ágoston1, Csaba András Dézsi3, András Komócsi4, Dániel Czuriga2, Attila Juhász5, Zsolt Kőszegi2
Pubmed: 33140387
Cardiol J 2021;28(1):163-165.

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