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These articles scored the most hits on Heart’s website during April 2005

1 Assessment of diastolic function: what the general cardiologist needs to know

PM Mottram, TH Marwick

May 2005;91:681–95. (Education in Heart)

2 Strain rate imaging after dynamic stress provides objective evidence of persistent regional myocardial dysfunction in ischaemic myocardium: regional stunning identified?

RI Williams, N Payne, T Phillips, J D’hooge, AG Fraser

February 2005;91:152–60. (Cardiovascular medicine)

3 Adherence to statin treatment and readmission of patients after myocardial infarction: a six year follow up study

L Wei, J Wang, P Thompson, S Wong, A D Struthers, T M MacDonald

September 2002;88:229–33. (Cardiovascular medicine)

4 Prediction and prevention of sudden cardiac death in heart failure

RE Lane, MR Cowie, AWC Chow

May 2005;91:674–80. (Education in Heart)

5 Late opening of the infarct related artery: an open or shut case?

Z R Yousef, M S Marber, S R Redwood

May 2005;91:561–2. (Editorial)

6 Transoesophageal echocardiography

PP Sengupta, BK Khandheria

April 2005;91:541–7. (Education in Heart)

7 Intrastent sonotherapy in pulmonary vein restenosis: a new treatment for a recalcitrant problem

CJ McMahon, CE Mullins, HG El Said

February 2003;89:e6. (Case report)

8 When and how to diagnose patent foramen ovale

FJ Pinto

April 2005;91:438–40. (Mini-symposium)

9 Stress echocardiography for the diagnosis and risk stratification of patients with suspected or known coronary artery disease: a critical appraisal

R Senior, M Monaghan, H Becher, J Mayet, P Nihoyannopoulos

April 2005;91:427–36. (Review)

10 Non-invasive multislice CT coronary imaging

NR Mollet, F Cademartiri, PJ de Feyter

March 2005;91:401–7. (Education in Heart)

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