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Influence of small caliber coronary arteries on the diagnostic accuracy of adenosine stress cardiac magnetic resonance imaging

By Günter Pilz, Tobias Heer, Maximilian Graw, Eman Ali, Markus Klos, Roland Scheck, Uwe Zeymer and Berthold Höfling
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