Simultaneous coronary and abdominal aortic surgery —A report of two cases—

@article{Koike1990SimultaneousCA,
  title={Simultaneous coronary and abdominal aortic surgery —A report of two cases—},
  author={R. S. Koike and Hisayoshi Suma and Keiichiro Kondo and Takahiko Oku and Harumitsu Satoh and Yoshihide Sawada and Atsuro Takeuchi},
  journal={The Japanese journal of surgery},
  year={1990},
  volume={20},
  pages={472-475}
}
Myocardial infarction is a major cause of operative mortality following abdominal aortic surgery. For this reason, routine coronary angiography and, if indicated, coronary revascularization prior to aneurysm repair is recommended. Nevertheless, some controversy still exists concerning the risks of aneurysm rupture and myocardial ischemic events when repair or coronary surgery is staged. This report describes two successful cases of simultaneous surgery for an expanding aneurysm and severe… CONTINUE READING

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