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ESC Highlights: Imaging, Hypertension Devices Take Center Stage

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This year's European Society of Cardiology Congress drew cardiologists from across the globe to packed sessions. While drug-eluting stent reports were a mixed bag, remote catheter navigation explored new frontiers and emerging hypertension devices were a major draw.

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