Total occlusion at ostial Left internal mammary graft with successful angioplasty and longterm patency result
Kitigon Vichairuangthum, MD,1 and Paiboon Chotenopratpat, MD1
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AbstractThe patient is a 62 year old male patient with underlying hypertension, diabetes, dyslipidemia and a history of triple vessel coronary artery disease post CABG (SVG graft to RCA, LIMA graft to LAD) 5 years ago.
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