The influence of coronary artery disease and bypass grafting on early and late survival after valve replacement for aortic stenosis.

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The influence of coronary artery disease and bypass grafting on survival after valve replacement for aortic stenosis (1975 to 1986, N = 512) was analyzed. Mean follow-up for 30-day survivors was 5.1 years (0.1 to 12.9 years). A total of 205 patients had coronary angiography performed: 122 did not have coronary artery disease, 55 with coronary artery disease… (More)

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@article{Lund1990TheIO, title={The influence of coronary artery disease and bypass grafting on early and late survival after valve replacement for aortic stenosis.}, author={Ole Lund and Torsten Toftegaard Nielsen and Hans Kristian Pilegaard and Karin Magnussen and M A Knudsen}, journal={The Journal of thoracic and cardiovascular surgery}, year={1990}, volume={100 3}, pages={327-37} }