Paul K Das

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Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) to the unprotected left main stem offers an attractive alternative to bypass grafting, but is associated with a significant clinical risk and therefore demands special consideration. Successful left main PCI is dependent upon the morphology of the lesion and the technical quality of the procedure. For these reasons,(More)
Intervention to anomalous coronaries can present specific challenges: non-standard guide catheters may be required to provide adequate access and support, the course of the arteries can be tortuous with sharp angulations, and they may subtend a critical area of myocardium. We present the first report of percutaneous coronary intervention to the bifurcation(More)
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