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Clinical and laboratory predictors of coronary slow flow in coronary angiography.
The coronary slow-flow phenomenon (CSFP) is a multifactorial angiographic finding with no established pathogenesis.To investigate the role of clinical profile and laboratory findings in patients with CSFP.We prospectively ...
Percutaneous balloon mitral valvotomy during pregnancy.
Rheumatic mitral valve stenosis continues to be the most frequently encountered clinically significant valvular abnormality in pregnant women. We retrospectively studied the fetal outcomes of patients with severe rheumatic ...