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(1) Avandia to Prevent Restenosis and Coronary Artery Disease Progression Trial. A trial assessing the effect of rosiglitazone/Avandia on the progression of atherosclerosis in type 2 diabetics undergoing PCIs
Endpoint Angiography, plaque size, media volume

(2) Antithrombotics in the Prevention of Reoccclusion In Coronary Thrombolysis

APRICOT

Cardiology A clinical trial–Aspirin vs Coumadin in Prevention of Reocclusion & Recurrent Ischemia after Successful Thrombolysis which compared 2 strategies to ↓ risk of recurrent CAD
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Here's the first section in it's entirety: "apricot trees exist, apricot trees exist." Images are severely restricted at the opening.
Tradition has deemed it an apple tree, and so the apple has been used as a symbol of temptation--the "forbidden fruit." This tree is now thought to have been an apricot tree, and the "golden apples" mentioned in the Song of Solomon are thought to be apricots.
In the last three years we have also planted 100 pine trees for a windbreak, 100 Lombardy poplar trees, one apricot tree, four apple trees, one cherry, two pear, two peach, and a large asparagus bed.
Photo: Bull's-eye rotting spot aboveand mummified fruit at right show brown rot has had its way with this apricot tree
Riaz takes the reader through the memory lanes of Kohat, reminiscent of guava and apricot trees when in his childhood, siblings from outstations would visit the place like on a pilgrimage.
It flows amidst a deep valley surrounded by willow trees that touch the water, dangling sprigs of grapes, and apricot trees after which the town is named...
On the footpath toward our room, apricot trees and cherry blossoms bloomed.
"Our village has lots of Apricot trees. We need to plant different types of apricot trees.
The hail damaged the blooms of many peach and apricot trees meaning that producers will not be able to harvest the crops, Chrysanthou said.
It is a small village surrounded by mountains and apricot trees. Located on the southern rim of the Ghubra Bowl, the weather is pleasant all year." "It's always good to be back in Oman, even if it is only for the weekend," added Johnny Maciag, and Iryna Fesenko said, "Oman is a lovely country.