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Journal Scan / Research · March 26, 2020

Reduced Myocardial Perfusion Reserve in T2D Is Associated With Diabetes Complications

Diabetes Care


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Diabetes Care
Reduced Myocardial Perfusion Reserve in Type 2 Diabetes Is Caused by Increased Perfusion at Rest and Decreased Maximal Perfusion During Stress
Diabetes Care 2020 Mar 19;[EPub Ahead of Print], MH Sørensen, AS Bojer, JRN Pontoppidan, DA Broadbent, S Plein, PL Madsen, P Gæde

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