EVects of coronary revascularisation on myocardial blood flow and coronary vasodilator reserve in hibernating myocardium

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Objective—Previous studies have suggested that resting myocardial blood flow is within normal limits in most chronically dysfunctional left ventricular segments which improve function after coronary artery revascularisation (hibernating myocardium). The aim of this study was to assess myocardial blood flow and coronary vasodilator reserve in hibernating… (More)

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@inproceedings{Pagano2000EVectsOC, title={EVects of coronary revascularisation on myocardial blood flow and coronary vasodilator reserve in hibernating myocardium}, author={Dan Pagano and Farzin Fath-ordoubadi and Kevin J. Beatt and Jonathan N. Townend and Robert S. Bonser and P. G. Camici}, year={2000} }