Does complete revascularization by the conventional method truly provide the best possible results? Analysis of results and comparison with revascularization of infarct-prone segments (systematic segmental myocardial revascularization): the Sheba Study.


Myocardial revascularization is usually considered "complete" if all stenosed major coronaries are bypassed. Attempts were made to compare the results of this method with an approach by which each of the following five left ventricular infarct-prone segments is revascularized if ischemic: anteroseptal, anterolateral, posterosuperior, posteroinferior, and… (More)


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