Successful minimally invasive triple coronary bypass through bilateral parasternal incisions.

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A 58-year-old man with left main and right coronary artery disease requiring preoperative intraaortic balloon pumping underwent successful minimally invasive triple coronary bypass through bilateral parasternal incisions. Despite taking immunosuppressive drugs because of a previous liver transplantation, the patient had all-arterial grafts without… (More)

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@article{Hall1997SuccessfulMI, title={Successful minimally invasive triple coronary bypass through bilateral parasternal incisions.}, author={Michael H. Hall and Sheel K Vatsia}, journal={The Annals of thoracic surgery}, year={1997}, volume={64 5}, pages={1484-6} }