[Invasive angiography, computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging for coronary imaging and cardiovascular risk stratification? Regulatory and practical considerations].

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In 2003, risk stratification in coronary heart disease is routinely performed by the results of coronary angiogram, the invasive gold standard angiography. Combined with the left ventricular ejection fraction assessment, the classification in one, two or three vessel disease remain the cornerstone of the revascularization strategy despite well-known… (More)

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@article{Philippe2004InvasiveAC, title={[Invasive angiography, computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging for coronary imaging and cardiovascular risk stratification? Regulatory and practical considerations].}, author={François Philippe}, journal={Annales de cardiologie et d'angeiologie}, year={2004}, volume={53 2}, pages={79-90} }