Rafflenbeul, W.( W. Rafflenbeul)
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Usefulness of quantitative and qualitative angiographic lesion morphology, and clinical characteristics in predicting major adverse cardiac events during and after native coronary balloon angioplasty
Hermans, W.R.M. Rensing, B.J.W.M. Balcon, R. Feyter, P.J. de Serruys, P.W.J.C. Foley, D.P. Rutsch, W.R. Heyndrickx, G.R. Danchin, N. Mast, E.G. Hanet, C. Lablanche, J.M. Rafflenbeul, W. Uebis, R.