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Emory Angioplasty versus Surgery Trial. A trial comparing long-term outcomes of patients with multivessel coronary disease undergoing revascularization with PTCA to CABG
Conclusion No significant difference in mortality between CABG and PTCA as primary therapy for multivessel disease; PTCA had a greater need for repeat revascularization
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These specimens represent a county record and the easternmost record for A.
The Kuala Belalong Field Studies Centre is located in the largest national forest reserve (Batu Apoi Forest Reserve), which covers 38% of the easternmost district, Temburong.
Deerfield and Summer Chase are RedHill's entry into the Colorado market, and are the easternmost acquisitions we've made to date.
Our interconnects will be easternmost of all salt-dome storage in the Southeast and will provide shippers on those pipelines access to over 20 Bcf of high-deliverability storage.
Asia's northernmost and easternmost country: -- ; southernmost country; -- and westernmost country -- (*)
A similar fear of shortage after World War I was one of the main drivers for cobbling together the three easternmost provinces of the defunct Ottoman Turkish Empire to create Iraq.
Cape Cod extends 65 miles out into the Atlantic, making its tip the easternmost point in the U.
The tsunami appeared to mimic the effect of a full season's monsoon winds, eroding 5 to 9 percent of the easternmost islands' area and 1 to 5 percent of the western islands.
From The Amazing Adventures of Captain Bob Bartlett (set at Bartlett's Hawthorne Cottage in Brigus) to At Ocean's Edge (set at the lighthouse at Cape Spear, Canada's easternmost point), the series mixes historical characters and facts with fictional children living at the sites.
The easternmost access on Avenue S will be shared with an existing Chevron/McDonald's and would allow only right-turn movements.
In Canada, the easternmost state of Newfoundland is 3.
In the green easternmost section of Hellersdorf, the birthplace of Germany's postwar gay movement embodies Charlotte's passion for preservation in times of legislated amnesia.