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The important evidence of coronary microcirculation for the management of patients with coronary artery disease is only increasing. Thus, in recent years, a number of studies have shown that the demonstration of coronary microvascular disease (CMVD) contributes to cardiovascular morbidity and mortality increases independently of epicardial damage. This has been shown in stable coronary artery disease with screening for CMVD when there is no significant epicardial involvement and allowing the implementation of an adapted treatment then reducing the symptoms and improving the quality of life of our patients. (1). The prognostic nature of CMVD has also been identified in stable disease after coronary angioplasty (2) but also in patients with infarcts reperfused by coronary angioplasty (3). The complete exploration of the epicardial and microvascular coronary vascularization is grouped under the name of the subspecialty: coronary physiology. Thus, an internationally recognized algorithm for exploring coronary physiology has been published (4). However, this algorithm is still little followed. The PRINCIPE registry aims to assess the prevalence of CMVD with the use of a standardized algorithm for exploring coronary physiology by coronary angiography in our center in current practice.

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NCT number NCT04560829
Study type Observational [Patient Registry]
Source University Hospital, Grenoble
Contact Gilles Barone Rochette, MD PhD
Phone +33476768888
Status Recruiting
Start date September 13, 2021
Completion date May 2023

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