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Methods of coronary and perfusion measurement

  • S. Meerbaum
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Abstract

There obviously is a need to measure the coronary blood supply and to quantitate myocardial perfusion. Such measurements are more difficult in the human, but a number of useful techniques are being introduced for diagnosis and evaluation of treatments.

Keywords

Myocardial Perfusion Myocardial Blood Flow Coronary Sinus Coronary Flow Reserve Coronary Blood Flow 
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