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Title 1
Background 2
Autopsy data 3
27 y/o trauma victim 4
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Risk factors 7
Reference 8
47 y/o male 9
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58 y/o male 11
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Presence & risk 13
Goal 14
Ultrafast CT 15
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EBCT/UFCT 17
EBCT 18
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Case vs case 20
Reference 21
Prevention 22
Cath with angiography 23
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Plaque 25
IVUS 26
Assessment without cath 27
Treadmill test 28
Exercise test 29
Treatmill test 30
Prognostic info 31
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Enhancing stress test 33
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MRI/MRA 36
Surrogate markers for CAD 37
CAD & carotid disease 38
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Does pt have angina? 40
Angina 41
Classification system 42
Risk category 43
Low risk 44
Rest ECG 45
Exercise ECG 46
Sensitivity/Specificity 47
Stress test ditties 48
Women 49
Stress imaging studies-chronic stable angina 50
Unability to exercise 51
Accuracy of stress imaging 52
Comparative advantages 53
Appropriatness of exercise ECG 54
Stress imaging studies 55
Predictiveness of benign prognosis 56
High risk 57
When imaging stress not recommended 58
Exercise testing to assess prognosis 59
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Invasive testing 62
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Luminography 64
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Risk stratification 66
Presence/risk of CAD 67
Factors of progression 68
Atherosclerotic plaques 69
Coronary Angiography 70
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Cath prognositc info 72
Treatment 73
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Revascularization 77
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CABG evidence vs med therapy 81
PTCA evidence vs med therapy 82
Med vs PTCA or CABG 83
Reference 84
Reference 85
PTCA vs med manage vs CABG 86
The future 87
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or maybe...... 89
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