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Occlusion of coronary vein grafts secondary to non-penetrating chest injury
  1. Frank Bindi,
  2. Tom Treasure,
  3. Roy Davies
  1. Cardiothoracic Surgery Unit, St George's Hospital, London


    Eighteen months after graft surgery to the posterior descending, circumflex, and left anterior descending coronary arteries, it seems that blunt chest trauma caused by a car accident resulted in occlusion of the grafts.

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