Aims: Despite the fact that fractional flow reserve (FFR) is better than angiography in guiding PCI, in the real world the choice to perform PCI is generally based on angiography. Three-d
Antonio Maria Leone1*, MD, PhD; Alberto Ranieri De Caterina2,3, MD; Giovanni Luigi De Maria1, MD; Giancarla Scalone1, MD; Francesco Tagliaferro1, MD; Andrea Gardi1, MD; Fabio Clemente1, MS; Domenico Laezza1, RVT; Eloisa Basile1, MD; Pio Cialdella1, MD; Cristina Aurigemma1, MD; Italo Porto1,4, MD, PhD; Francesco Burzotta1, MD, PhD; Giampaolo Niccoli
1. Department of Cardiovascular Sciences, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy; 2. Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, United Kingdom; 3. Istituto Scienze della Vita, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, It
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