|1|Fractional flow reserve or optical coherence tomography guidance to revascularize intermediate coronary stenosis using angioplasty (FORZA) trial: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. (24758510)
Burzotta F.... Crea F.
|2|Shoulder technique: A modified sleeve technique devised for treating isolated coronary stenosis at side branch ostium. (24342408)
|3|Non-contrast 1.5T FIESTA magnetic resonance angiography and 64-multidetector computed tomographic angiography have a similar accuracy for the detection of proximal coronary stenosis. (23706328)
Liu J.... Yang J.
|4|Side branch ostium stenting with main vessel drug-eluting balloon kissing (BOMB): an innovative approach for isolated coronary stenosis at side branch ostium. (23907034)
|5|Beyond Coronary Stenosis: Coronary Computed Tomographic Angiography for the Assessment of Atherosclerotic Plaque Burden. (23524381)
Kwan A.C.... Bluemke D.A.
|6|Evaluation of hemodynamically severe coronary stenosis as determined by fractional flow reserve with frequency domain optical coherence tomography measured anatomical parameters. (24368093)
Zafar H.... Sharif F.
|7|Visceral adipose tissue area is associated with coronary stenosis and noncalcified plaques. (23748189)
Kang S.J.... Cho S.H.
|8|Propensity score matched lesion-based comparison of long-term clinical and angiographic outcomes after placement of sirolimus (Cypher Bx Velocity) and paclitaxel (TAXUS Express)-eluting stents for de novo native coronary stenosis. (24122399)
Nakano Y.... Mutoh M.
|9|Dual-source computed tomography for evaluating coronary stenosis and left ventricular function. (24137298)
Hu C.... Li S.
|10|The exercise treadmill test: predictors of true presence of significant coronary stenosis in patients with severe ST-segment depression. (22870737)
|11|Angina without significant coronary stenosis of non vasospastic origin. Clinical profile and long-term follow-up of patients with vs patients without stress induced ST segment depression. (22748501)
Figueras J.... Garcia-Dorado D.
|12|Incremental value of myocardial perfusion over regional left ventricular function and coronary stenosis by cardiac CT for the detection of acute coronary syndromes in high-risk patients: a subgroup analysis of the ROMICAT trial. (22146497)
Bezerra H.G.... Hoffmann U.
|13|The case of disappearing coronary stenosis. (21180043)
Rajbhandari R.... Mishra S.
|14|Power changes with treatment of coronary stenosis in a highly trained cyclist. (20606521)
McGregor S.J.... Rubenfire M.
|15|Left main coronary stenosis as a consequence of bentall operation: percutaneous treatment. (19946628)
Balbi M.... Bezante G.P.
|16|Serum IL-6 levels are associated with significant coronary stenosis in cardiovascularly asymptomatic inner-city black adults in the US. (19130178)
Lai S.... Detrick B.
|17|Surgery, not percutaneous revascularization, is the preferred strategy for patients with significant left main coronary stenosis. (19237672)
|18|What coronary stenosis needs PCI/stent? (17680615)
|19|Attenuation of heart failure due to coronary stenosis by ACE inhibitor and angiotensin receptor blocker. (12649073)
Sato H.... Maruyama Y.
|20|Impact of diabetes on coronary stenosis and coronary artery calcification detected by electron-beam computed tomography in symptomatic patients. (11919127)
Hosoi M.... Fujii S.
|21|Transesophageal echocardiographic assessment of coronary stenosis: a decade of experience. (11182783)
Biederman R.W.... Thakur A.C.
|22|A comparison of quantitative coronary angiography systems using a unique set of in vivo coronary stenosis images. (11468645)
Mancini G.B.... Abbott D.
|23|How to define coronary stenosis severity? (11387604)
Manchikalapudi P.... Iskandrian A.E.
|24|Quantitative evaluation of coronary stenosis by coronary magnetic resonance angiography. (11471654)
Watanuki A.... Ishikawa K.
|25|Transesophageal echocardiography assessment of severe ostial left main coronary stenosis. (10887358)
Firstenberg M.S.... Thomas J.D.
|26|Transesophageal Echocardiographic Diagnosis of Coronary Stenosis in a Stroke Patient. (11175195)
Nanda N.C.... Jindal A.
|27|Clinical validation of intravascular ultrasound imaging for assessment of coronary stenosis severity: comparison with stress myocardial perfusion imaging. (10362187)
Nishioka T.... Siegel R.J.
|28|A comparative study of eccentric and concentric coronary stenosis vasomotion in patients with Prinzmental's variant angina and patients with stable angina pectoris. (9755380)
Tousoulis D.... Kaski J.C.
|29|Sialic acid content of LDL in coronary artery disease: no evidence of desialylation in subjects with coronary stenosis and increased levels in subjects with extensive atherosclerosis and acute myocardial infarction: relation between desialylation and in vitro peroxidation. (9633926)
Chappey B.... Myara I.
|30|Limitations of dobutamine for enhancing flow heterogeneity in the presence of single coronary stenosis: implications for technetium-99m-sestamibi imaging. (9529285)
Wu J.C.... Sinusas A.J.
|31|Unusual case of coronary stenosis caused by an external compression. (9431869)
RubA-n J.M.... Lambert J.L.
|32|Low- and high-blood flow regions in the normal pig heart are equally vulnerable to ischaemia during partial coronary stenosis. (9306013)
Bussemaker J.... van Beek J.H.
|33|Identifying coronary stenosis using an image-recognition neural network. (9313092)
Goodenday L.S.... Shin I.
|34|Cardiac contractile function during coronary stenosis in dogs: association of adenosine in glycolytic dependence. (9176286)
Fang H.K.... Law W.R.
|35|Coronary stenosis vasoconstriction: impact on myocardial ischaemia. (9447311)
Kaufmann P.... Hess O.M.
|36|Coronary stenosis progression differs in patients with stable angina pectoris with and without a previous history of unstable angina. (8909904)
Kaski J.C.... Chester M.R.
|37|Transesophageal dobutamine-atropine stress echocardiography: diagnostic accuracy for coronary stenosis detection and localization. (8894791)
Shahi M.... Shrivastava S.
|38|Evaluation of intramyocardial coronary blood flow waveform during intraaortic balloon pumping in the absence or presence of coronary stenosis. (8712964)
Toyota E.... Kajiya F.
|39|Effects of dobutamine on myocardial blood flow, contractile function, and bioenergetic responses distal to coronary stenosis: implications with regard to dobutamine stress testing. (7832107)
Zhang J.... From A.H.
|40|Role of coronary artery spasm in progression of organic coronary stenosis and acute myocardial infarction in a swine model. Importance of mode of onset and duration of coronary artery spasm. (8425301)
Kuga T.... Nakamura M.
|41|Coronary angioplasty in high-risk patients with left main coronary stenosis: results from the National Registry of Elective Supported Angioplasty. (1571971)
Tommaso C.L.... Vogel R.A.
|42|Relation of perfusion defects observed with myocardial contrast echocardiography to the severity of coronary stenosis: correlation with thallium-201 single-photon emission tomography. (1564236)
Cheirif J.... QuiA+ones M.A.
|43|Residual critical coronary stenosis during myocardial reperfusion is deleterious to myocardial salvage in dogs. (1404847)
Ishikawa K.... Katori R.
|44|Coronary stenosis after successful angioplasty: clinical observations. (1764820)
|45|Effect of coronary stenosis on myocardial blood flow during exercise in the chronically pressure-overloaded hypertrophied left ventricle. (2140541)
Bache R.J.... Dai X.Z.
|46|Effects of dipyridamole and aminophylline on hemodynamics, regional myocardial blood flow and thallium-201 washout in the setting of a critical coronary stenosis. (2254563)
Granato J.E.... Beller G.A.
|47|Effects of propranolol on coronary vasculature and cardiac performance in dogs with fixed and dynamic coronary stenosis. (2632837)
Kashiki M.... Fukuzaki H.
|48|Role of endogenous prostacyclin in myocardial blood flow regulation distal to a severe coronary stenosis. (3075513)
Ruocco N.A.... Gewirtz H.
|49|Absence of coronary vascular reserve in myocardium distal to a fixed coronary stenosis. (3664547)
Klein L.W.... Helfant R.H.
|50|Postperfusion coronary stenosis. (3662692)
Tyner J.J.... Najafi H.