November 2003 - Volume 14 - Issue 7 - Contributor Index

Alphabetical Search
A
D
E
F
G
J
L
O
P
Q
R
U
W
X
Z
Author:
Biro, Sadatoshi

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
Haglid, Maria

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
Herlitz, Johan

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
Kabbani, Samer

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
Nakano, Fumio

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
Noori, Arshia
Author:
Saihara, Keishi

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
Tei, Chuwa

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
Traupe, Tobias

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Author:
VanBuren, Peter

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Reactive hyperemia following coronary balloon angioplasty, but not dipyridamole-induced hyperemia, predicts resolution of exercise-induced ST-segment depression

Saihara, Keishi; Hamasaki, Shuichi; Biro, Sadatoshi; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 14(7):501-507, November 2003.

Show: