Hoseinali Basiri

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BACKGROUND The no-reflow phenomenon is an uncommon and critical occurrence which myocardial reperfusion does not restore to its optimal level. Several predisposing factors of the no-reflow phenomenon have been identified. However, at present we know little about clinical predictors of no-reflow after percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). OBJECTIVES In(More)
The coarctation of the aorta (CoA) is rare in adulthood. Diagnosis is made by clinical suspicion and physical findings such as blood pressure difference between the upper and lower extremities, pulse delay in the femoral artery, and systolic murmur over the thoracic spine. The CoA in adulthood and in patients with associated aneurysm is challenging and(More)
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