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Secondary coronary revascularisation after percutaneous interventions

Percutaneous in situ venous arterialisation

EuroIntervention Supplement (2009) Vol. 5 (Supplement D) D127-D130.

Main Taunus Heart Institute, Bad Soden, Germany

About 5% of patients annually have no acceptable therapeutic option because of diffuse coronary disease without a discrete target for angioplasty, stenting or surgical bypass. Retrograde perfusion of the myoc

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