Antonio Lanfranchi

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A 74-year-old woman was at the emergency department for acute chest pain, dyspnea and severe transient hypotension. History was arterial hypertension and external electrical cardioversion (EEC) for persistent atrial fibrillation (AF) 8 days before admission. At that time echocardiography was normal. The patient underwent coronary angiography with no(More)
The results of 54 bypass procedures--22 to an isolated popliteal segment and 32 to an infrapopliteal major calf vessel for limb salvage--were evaluated. After a distal bypass, the elevation of systolic pressure at the ankle was greater than that observed following a bypass to an isolated popliteal segment. However, healing times for ischemic lesions of the(More)
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