MRA (MR angiography) may be risk-free for checking heart bypass grafts
This article was originally published in Clinica
High resolution MR angiography (MRA) may offer a risk-free way of identifying narrowed vein grafts following heart bypass surgery, according to research published in Circulation (January 22).
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