PTCA of "shepherd's crook" right coronary arteries with a new shape of guiding catheter.


Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty (PTCA) of lesions in a right coronary artery with a "shepherd's crook" configuration may pose procedural difficulties due to inadequate guiding catheter back-up support. We evaluated the utility of a new shape of guiding catheter, previously evaluated for PTCA of lesions in the left coronary artery, in five… (More)


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