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Study design and rationale of the angio-based final functional effect of PCI (AFFE PCI) study: a prospective multi-center study of post-PCI vFFR impact on clinical outcomes and residual angina

Mariusz Tomaniak1, Karol Sadowski1, Adrian Bednarek1, Zenon Huczek1, Marek Gierlotka2, Michał Hawranek3, Marcin Grabowski1, Wojciech Wojakowski4, Krzysztof Milewski56, Janusz Kochman1
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