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Suspected coronary artery dissection post-stenting, confirmed by optical coherence tomography
  1. S Garg,
  2. C Bourantas,
  3. S Thackray

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Conventional coronary angiography has limitations in detecting stent-related complications. This case highlights this limitation and illustrates how intracoronary imaging with optical coherence tomography helps in this situation.

A 60-year-old man with stable angina underwent elective percutaneous coronary intervention to the right coronary artery (panel A). The lesion was directly stented with a 3.0×32 …

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