A 39-year-old man underwent a complex percutaneous coronary intervention of the left main trifurcation due to unstable angina. Five paclitaxel-eluting stents were implanted successfully in the 3 major branches and left main trunk (Figure 1, panels A and B).
Figure 1. Two paclitaxel eluting stents (PES) were positioned simultaneously within the intermediate branch and circumflex artery (CX) together with balloon dilatation of the left anterior descending artery (LAD) to prevent plaque shift (panel A). The stent in the CX overlapped with a more distal stent in the same branch implanted at the start of the procedure. Due to dissection of the ...
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February 20, 2020