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    More than 22 million non-citizens live in the United States — about 7% of the total U.S. population. Many do not have access to healthcare, including reproductive services. Immigrants — including refugees, those with permanent residency, and those who are undocumented — face additional challenges and barriers to reproductive care.

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    A comparison of adenosine stress singe photon emission CT, PET, and MRI in stable patients with known coronary artery disease (CAD) showed PET to be more sensitive for detecting invasive fractional flow reserve-identified ischemic lesions. However, the sensitivity was disappointing; thus, patients with known CAD and new symptoms should be referred directly to invasive coronary angiography.

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