Anders Holmgren

Publications

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Henein, Michael
Holmgren, Anders
Holmner, Fredrik; et al.

Long anterior mitral leaflet causing outflow tract obstruction in a symptomatic patient with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy: the role of mitral valve surgical correction
International Journal of Cardiology, 204: 86-87

2016

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Henein, Michael
Hällgren, Peter
Holmgren, Anders; et al.

Aortic root, not valve, calcification correlates with coronary artery calcification in patients with severe aortic stenosis: a two-center study
Atherosclerosis, 243(2): 631-637

2015

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Vorkas, Panagiotis A.
Isaac, Giorgis
Holmgren, Anders; et al.

Perturbations in fatty acid metabolism and apoptosis are manifested in calcific coronary artery disease: An exploratory lipidomic study
International Journal of Cardiology, 197: 192-199

2015

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Ramzy, Ihab S
Gustafsson, Sandra
Holmgren, Anders; et al.

Early effect of surgical revascularisation on left ventricular twist function
International Cardiovascular Forum Journal, 4: 16-23

2015

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Vanoli, Davide
Backman, Christer
Holmgren, Anders

Inferior infarction complicated by ruptured interventricular septum
International Cardiovascular Forum Journal, 2(1): 44-45

2015

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Watt, A.
Lindqvist, Per
Jashari, Haki; et al.

Pre-operative right ventricular function predicts clinical outcome after prophylactic tricuspid ring implantation
European Heart Journal, 36: 1107-1108

2015

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Henein, Michael Y
Holmgren, Anders
Lindqvist, Per

Left atrial function in volume versus pressure overloaded left atrium
The International Journal of Cardiovascular Imaging, 31(5): 959-965

2015

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Vorkas, P.
Want, E.
Holmes, E.; et al.

Apoptosis is a potential mechanism for severe calcific coronary artery disease
Atherosclerosis, 235(2): E157-E158

2014

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Vorkas, P.
Want, E.
Holmes, E.; et al.

Significant inflammation pathophysiology features calcific coronary artery disease
Atherosclerosis, 235(2): E140-E140

2014

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Vorkas, P. A.
Holmgren, Anders
Want, E. J.; et al.

Apoptosis is a potential mechanism for severe calcific coronary artery disease
European Heart Journal, 35(Supplement 1, Meeting abstract P2550): 456-456

2014

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