Anatomy, histology, and pathology of coronary arteries: A review relevant to new interventional and imaging techniques—Part I

@article{Waller1992AnatomyHA,
  title={Anatomy, histology, and pathology of coronary arteries: A review relevant to new interventional and imaging techniques—Part I},
  author={B. Waller and C. Orr and J. Slack and C. Pinkerton and J. van Tassel and T. Peters},
  journal={Clinical Cardiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={15}
}
  • B. Waller, C. Orr, +3 authors T. Peters
  • Published 1992
  • Medicine
  • Clinical Cardiology
  • In the last 15 years, intense interest has focused on various interventional pharmacologic and mechanical forms of therapy for the treatment of atherosclerosis coronary artery disease. Many techniques and devices (dilating balloons, perfusion catheters, thermal probes and balloons, lasers, atherectomy devices, stents, intravascular ultrasound) have been used or are under study for future use. Many of these techniques and devices require an understanding of histologic and pathologic features of… CONTINUE READING
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