31 August - 04 September 2019, Paris - France

Session Details

Advanced plaque imaging
Sat 31 Aug 09:00 - 10:30 Coronary Artery Disease – Diagnostic Methods Rapid Fire Abstracts, Abstract-based Programme Agora 2 - Poster Area
Chairpersons: Nieves GONZALO LOPEZ (Madrid, Spain), Giulio GUAGLIUMI (Bergamo, Italy)

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