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1695 IntroductIon In patients with coronary artery disease (CAD), the most important factors regarding to both symptoms and outcomes are the presence and extent of inducible ischemia.[1] Alleviation of ischemia with percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) can improve symptoms and clinical outcomes. Stenting ischemic stenosis result in effective and durable(More)
18. Li SF, Zapata J, Tillem E. The prevalence of false-positive cardiac troponin I in ED patients with rhabdomyolysis. Am J Emerg Med 2005;23:860–3. 19. Punukollu G, Gowda RM, Khan IA, et al. Elevated serum cardiac troponin I in rhabdomyolysis. Int J Cardiol 2004;96:35–40. 20. Lavoinne A, Hue G. Serum cardiac troponins I and T in early posttraumatic(More)
This study aimed to compare the learning curves of percutaneous endoscopic lumbar discectomy (PELD) in a transforaminal approach at the L4/5 and L5/S1 levels. We retrospectively reviewed the first 60 cases at the L4/5 level (Group I) and the first 60 cases at the L5/S1 level (Group II) of PELD performed by one spine surgeon. The patients were divided into(More)
IntRoductIon In current catheter research, there are 3 main directions with respect to fractional flow reserve (FFR), including instantaneous wave‐free ratio, noninvasive measurement of FFR, and FFR transferred from coronary circulation to other ischemia‐inducing circulation. Recently, an interesting study was published, in which FFR was performed to(More)
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