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  • Editorial: Improved Renal Function: A Novel Prognostic Parameter After PCI?

    Coronary angiography has an important diagnostic value, and percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) can improve symptoms and quality of life in most patients, in addition to bringing survival advantage in some clinical situations. Therefore, to withhold a cardiac catheterization procedure that would be otherwise indicated carries important clinical implications.

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