Stress myocardial blood flow correlates with ventricular function and synchrony better than myocardial perfusion reserve: A Nitrogen-13 ammonia PET study

Luis Eduardo Juárez-Orozco, Erick Alexanderson*, Rudi A. Dierckx, Hendrikus H. Boersma, Johannes L. Hillege, Clark J. Zeebregts, Myriam M. Martínez-Aguilar, Antonio Jordán-Ríos, Ana Gabriela Ayala-German, Niek Prakken, Rene A. Tio, Riemer H. Slart

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