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Left subclavian artery stenosis presenting as unstable angina pectoris after coronary artery bypass grafting
  1. A Bol,
  2. L Missault,
  3. W Dewilde

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A man aged 77 years with a medical history of first coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) 18 years before and a redo bypass grafting three years before the present admission suffered from prolonged resting angina. Redo CABG had been performed for unstable angina and underlying three vessel disease with occlusion of two venous …

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