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A prospective multicentre registry, evaluating real-world usage of the Tryton side branch stent: results of the E-Tryton 150/Benelux registry

EuroIntervention 2012;7:1293-1300. DOI: 10.4244/EIJV7I11A204

Pierfrancesco Agostoni
Pierfrancesco Agostoni1, MD PhD; David Foley², MD PhD; Maciej Lesiak3, MD PhD; Anouar Belkacemi1, MD; Jo Dens4, MD PhD; Indulis Kumsars5, MD; Benjamin Scott6, MD; Pranobe Oemrawsingh7, MD PhD; Christophe Dubois8, MD PhD; Eulogio Garcia9, MD; Thierry Lefèvre10, MD; Pieter R. Stella1*, MD PhD
1. University Medical Center, Utrecht, The Netherlands; 2. Beaumont Hospital, Dublin, Ireland; 3. Poznań University Hospital, Poznań, Poland; 4. Oost-Limburg Hospital, Genk, Belgium; 5. Latvian Center of Cardiology, Paul Stradins Clinic

Aims: The percutaneous treatment of coronary bifurcation lesions remains hampered by suboptimal results, mainly in the side branch (SB), even wi

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