Coronary pressure measurements and myocardial fractional flow reserve for clinical decision making in the catheterization laboratory
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 186)
Myocardial fractional flow reserve is a lesion-specific index to assess the influence of an epicardial coronary stenosis on myocardial perfusion.
KeywordsMyocardial Blood Flow Fractional Flow Reserve Collateral Blood Flow Coronary Pressure Maximum Hyperemia
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