Brief negative pressure applied to perfluorocarbon containing microbubbles prior to intravenous injection produces greater myocardial contrast with intermittent harmonic imaging and better delineation of risk area during acute myocardial ischemia

Thomas Porter, Shouping Li, Karen Kilzer

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