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Percutaneous Intervention involving the Distal Left Main Artery and its Bifurcation

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Coronary angiogram shows a high grade stenosis in the distal left main coronary artery which extends into the ostial left anterior descending (LAD) and circumflex (Cx) arteries. Diffuse non obstructive atherosclerotic disease is seen in the LAD and Cx arteries. A temporary left ventricular support device is present.

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Percutaneous Intervention involving the Distal Left Main Artery and its Bifurcation

by: Arun K. Nagabandi, M.D.

Placement of a Tryton side branch stent in the left main and its bifurcation results in no residual hemodynamically significant stenosis. Diffuse non obstructive atherosclerotic disease in the Cx artery and the temporary left ventricular support device are also seen.