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Diagnostic performance of free-breathing coronary computed tomography angiography without heart rate control using 16-cm z-coverage CT with motion-correction algorithm.

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Summary of "Diagnostic performance of free-breathing coronary computed tomography angiography without heart rate control using 16-cm z-coverage CT with motion-correction algorithm."

To evaluate the feasibility of coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) in patients with free-breathing using 16-cm z-coverage CT with motion correction algorithm.

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Name: Journal of cardiovascular computed tomography
ISSN: 1876-861X
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