PCI of Distal LM Bifurcation and OM Lesions – March 2010

Case: 62-year old male with prior CABG in 2008 (LIMA to LAD, SVG to OM). Underwent cath for recurrent angina which revealed 80% distal LM bifurcation, 80% OM; normal LV function, patent LIMA to LAD and occluded SVG to OM.
Plan: PCI of distal LM bifurcation and OM Lesions

Moderator: Sameer Mehta, MD

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