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- ‘Two experienced angiographers blinded to the results of the serum troponins analysis and to the patients' clinical information independently reviewed all cineangiographic films.’
- ‘The radial approach provides angiographers with a technique for vascular access when femoral access is contraindicated or cannot be obtained.’
- ‘He was one of the first clinical angiographers in Britain and he established a superb service, which he led with courtesy and diagnostic excellence.’
- ‘The extent of coronary artery disease was assessed from cineangiograms by experienced angiographers without knowledge of the serum homocysteine concentrations.’
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