Published in Blood Weekly, June 11th, 2009
"This study utilised CT to assess temporal progression of patency in asymptomatic patients. A four-slice CT scanner was used employing standard techniques. Analysis of the reconstructed images was performed offline by two experienced operators blinded to patient details. The primary aim was vein graft patency. 130 asymptomatic subjects were studied. The mean time from CABG was...
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