Joseph Schmitt, David Kolstad and Christopher Petersen
In the United States alone, more than 650,000 people die each year of heart attacks related to coronary artery disease. A new technique, intravascular optical coherence tomography, may play an important role in guiding therapeutic interventions, diagnosing atherosclerosis and researching the causes of coronary artery disease.
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