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“Crush” and “reverse crush” technique to treat a complex left main stenosis
  1. I Porto,
  2. W van Gaal,
  3. A Banning
  1. i.porto@doctors.org.uk

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An 82-year-old man presented for elective coronary angiography. He had recent onset exertional dyspnoea and nitrate-responsive chest pain. ECG showed left bundle branch block; systolic function was preserved at echocardiography.

The left anterior descending coronary artery (LAD) had significant ostial stenosis with calcification; the left circumflex (LCX) had critical ostial disease of the predominant atrioventricular vessel, with a severe stenosis of an early marginal branch (panel A). Coronary surgery was discussed but the patient elected to have percutaneous intervention.

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