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High- vs. low-intensity statin therapy and changes in coronary artery calcification density after one year

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Title
High- vs. low-intensity statin therapy and changes in coronary artery calcification density after one year
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European Heart Journal, October 2022
DOI 10.1093/eurheartj/ehac544.209
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L Vogel, I Dykun, P Raggi, A Schmermund, T Rassaf, A Mahabadi

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#18,709,638
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#8,656
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#214
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