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Ex vivo analysis of human coronary bifurcation anatomy: defining the main vessel-to-side-branch transition zone

EuroIntervention 2009;5:96-103 - DOI10.4244/EIJV5I1A15.

M Russell
Mary E. Russell1, MD; Gary Binyamin2, PhD; Eitan Konstantino2, PhD
1. Ascent Translational Sciences, Carlisle, MA, USA; 2. TriReme Medical Inc, Pleasanton, CA, USA

Aims: Defining vessel diameters and angles that comprise coronary side-branch intersections could assist in tailoring treatments to match anatomy, improve haemodynamic flow, and minimise me

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