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Aggressive Diagnosis of Restenosis. A study evaluating the benefits, if any, of post-percutaneous coronary intervention functional testing
Primary endpoint Exercise tolerance
Conclusion Routine functional testing post-PCI results in similar rates of future cardiac procedures, little difference in functional status or QOL and no evidence of decreased clinical events
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Will the adorably mild-mannered John Whitehurst, a minuscule British prodigy with a forgetful streak, remember his steps when he gets in front of the judges?
And if you didn't already know the orang-utan was teetering adorably and tragically on the brink of extinction, you probably thought Every Which Way But Loose was a documentary.
After intermission, the balloon lands in the Land of Sweets where they are met by sweet little angels, adorably danced by young students.
Phoenix charts the man's mood swings from semi-paralyzed to adorably ardent so expertly that you understand how Leonard could keep any woman entertained, and probably alarmed, for a lifetime.
The work concludes with Elia and the adorably lisping Amir reading a manifesto inciting "children of the world" to unite and "not accept inheritance" but "steal it.
For the most adorably unique and child-friendly clothing, pay a visit to the Organic Foods and Cafe in Dubai.
Presiding over that lengthy feast of song and dance, hand in hand with the now immortal Psyche, was the adorably cherubic, winged Cupid of young Jake Wilder-Smith, showing as much aplomb as any of his elders.
I'm a fairly upbeat, happy person, but by time I've watched adorably perky Rachael Ray cook, I feel like cranky Andy Rooney by comparison.
That's how Holly wood works--executives cast her because they have all this market-tested research that says you, girl viewer, expect your teen stars to look a certain way (certain being defined as adorably Duff-ish).
He's cute; he's small; and he won't blow up the world" is FCNL's satirical introduction to this adorably animated little nuke, but the Quakers' ironic rhetoric is not far off from the actual verbiage the Pentagon and White House have deployed to improve the palatability of their longed-for retooling of America's nuclear weapons.
Playing a Type A-plus-plus lawyer who's finally learning to acknowledge her sapphic side, Finneran is brilliantly funny and adorably vulnerable.