Doppler-Derived Intracoronary Physiology Indices Predict the Occurrence of Microvascular Injury and Microvascular Perfusion Deficits After Angiographically Successful Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention

P.F.A. Teunissen, G.A. de Waard, M.R. Hollander, L.F.H.J. Robbers, I. Danad, P.S. Biesbroek, R.P. Amier, M. Echavarria-Pinto, A. Quiros, C. Broyd, M.W. Heymans, R. Nijveldt, A.A. Lammertsma, P.G. Raijmakers, C.P. Allaart, J.S. Lemkes, Y.E.A. Appelman, K.M. Marques, J.G.F. Bronzwaer, A.J.G. HorrevoetsA.C. van Rossum, J. Escaned, A.M. Beek, P. Knaapen, N. van Royen

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