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August 2004 - Volume 15 - Issue 5
pp: 223-301

Microvascular dysfunction in angiographically normal or mildly diseased coronary arteries predicts adverse cardiovascular long-term outcome

Britten, Martina B.; Zeiher, Andreas M.; Schächinger, Volker

Coronary Artery Disease. 15(5):259-264, August 2004.

Activation of coagulation system in dilated cardiomyopathy: comparison of patients with and without left ventricular thrombus

Riza Erbay, Ali; Turhan, Hasan; Aksoy, Yuksel; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 15(5):265-268, August 2004.

Does resting two-dimensional echocardiography identify patients with ischemic cardiomyopathy and low likelihood of functional recovery after coronary revascularization?

Rizzello, Vittoria; Bax, Jeroen J.; Schinkel, Arend F.L.; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 15(5):269-275, August 2004.

The effects of lipid-lowering therapy on paraoxonase activities and their relationships with the oxidant–antioxidant system in patients with dyslipidemia

Kural, Birgül Vanizor; Örem, Cihan; Uydu, Hüseyin A.; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 15(5):277-283, August 2004.

Intracoronary brachytherapy with β-radiation for the treatment of long diffuse in-stent restenosis

Schukro, Christoph; Syeda, Bonni; Schmid, Rainer; More

Coronary Artery Disease. 15(5):285-289, August 2004.

Progression of coronary artery disease in non-ischemic dilated cardiomyopathy

Hedrich, Olaf; Jacob, Mark; Hauptman, Paul J.

Coronary Artery Disease. 15(5):291-297, August 2004.