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2013 Influence of volume and activation mode on polymerization shrinkage forces of resin cements. CP, FGPS, VL
2011 Expansion of the Multi-Link Frontierâ„¢ coronary bifurcation stent: micro-computed tomographic assessment in human autopsy and porcine heart samples. micro-CT
2011 Novel fabrication method for zirconia restorations: bonding strength of machinable ceramic to zirconia with resin cements. PA, RE, SCT
2008 Endothelial cell recovery between comparator polymer-based drug-eluting stents. DES, EES, FDA, PECAM, PES, SES, TM, VEGF, ZES
2008 Microtensile bond strengths and scanning electron microscopic evaluation of self-adhesive and self-etch resin cements to intact and etched enamel. ANOVA, RX, SD, UN, UN
2005 Clinical and angiographic outcomes after multi-link PENTA stent implantation in Japanese patients with coronary artery disease. ---
2004 Long-term (> 3 years) clinical and angiographic outcomes of coronary multilink stent implantations: a single center experience. PTCA
2004 Non-polymer-based paclitaxel-coated coronary stents for the treatment of patients with de novo coronary lesions: angiographic follow-up of the DELIVER clinical trial. ---
2003 Comparison of three-year clinical outcome of the multi-link stent with the Palmaz-Schatz stent in Japanese patients with coronary artery disease: a case control study. ACC/AHA, PS
10  2002 Clinical and angiographic results after MULTI-LINK stent implantation and their relation to aggregation of risk factors: two-year follow-up. ---
11  2001 Final results of a randomized trial comparing the MULTI-LINK stent with the Palmaz-Schatz stent for narrowings in native coronary arteries. ASCENT, PS
12  2001 Results of the quantitative coronary angiographic analysis in the angiographic subgroup of the Multi-Link 2.5 Portuguese Registry. MLD, QCA
13  2001 Use of stents for small coronary arteries. Results of the Multi-Link 2.5 Portuguese Registry. CABG, MACE, PTCA
14  1998 [Optimal expansion of the multi-link stent. An in vitro study with high resolution roentgen technique]. ML-HP, ML-ST, MLD