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Coronary sinus stent implantation improves acute ischaemic mitral valve regurgitation;

EuroInterv.2007;3:280-285.

1. 1st Cardiology Department, Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center, Athens, Greece; 2. Experimental-Research Unit, ELPEN-Pharma, Athens, Greece; 3. Department of Pathology, Amalia Fleming Hospital, Athens, Greece

Aims: Percutaneous implantation of a large stent was performed in the coronary sinus of pigs, to assess safety and immediate efficacy for reduction of acute ischaemic mitral regurgitation.<

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