Prospective validation that vulnerable plaque associated with major adverse outcomes have larger plaque volume, less dense calcium, and more non-calcified plaque by quantitative, three-dimensional measurements using intravascular ultrasound with radiofrequency backscatter analysis: Results from the ATLANTA i study

Jesus G. Vazquez-Figueroa, Sarah Rinehart, Zhen Qian, Parag H. Joshi, Abhinav Sharma, James Lee, Hunt Anderson, Laura Murrieta, Charles Wilmer, Harold Carlson, Kenneth Taylor, William Ballard, Dimitri Karmpaliotis, Anna Kalynych, Charles Brown, Szilard Voros

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