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Absence of epicardial coronary stenosis in patients with systemic sclerosis with severe impairment of coronary flow reserve
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    • Andás Komócsi, cardiologist
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      • Tünde Pintér, Réka Faludi, László Czirják

    Dear Editor,

    we read with interest the article by Vacca et al. (1) reporting on the absence of coronary stenosis in patients with severe impairment of coronary vaso...

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