A Clinical Trial on No-touch Vein Graft (NT-graft) in Coronary Surgery

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Radiofrequency Ablation Using Octopus Electrodes for Small Hepatocellular Carcinoma With No-touch Technique

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A novel harvesting technique for a no-touch saphenous vein graft using the THUNDERBEAT device.

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Three-dimensional Cardiomyocytes Structure Revealed By Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Its Validation Using a Tissue-Clearing Technique.

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Stress echocardiography using real-time three-dimensional imaging.

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Implementation of the aortic no-touch technique to reduce stroke after off-pump coronary surgery.

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