Stenting of bifurcation lesions: a rational approach.

@article{Lefevre2001StentingOB,
  title={Stenting of bifurcation lesions: a rational approach.},
  author={Thierry Lefevre and Yves Louvard and Marie Claude Morice and Christophe Loubeyre and Jean François Pi{\'e}chaud and Pierre Dumas},
  journal={Journal of interventional cardiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={14 6},
  pages={573-85}
}
The occurrence of stenosis in or next to coronary bifurcations is relatively frequent and generally underestimated. In our experience, such lesions account for 15%-18% of all percutaneous coronary intervention > (PCI). The main reasons for this are (1) the coronary arteries are like the branches of a tree with many ramifications and (2) because of axial plaque redistribution, especially after stent implantation, PCI of lesions located next to a coronary bifurcation almost inevitably cause… CONTINUE READING
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