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Anatomical and Tactical Considerations for Peripheral Revascularization in Patients with Diffuse Triple-Vessel Disease

  • M. Schmuziger
  • E. Eschenbruch
  • P. Stürzenhofecker
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Abstract

Long-term follow-up of coronary bypass patients demonstrates better subjective and objective improvement in work parameters and better prognosis for completely revascularized patients compared to those who have had incomplete revascularization (because of bypass graft closure or where incomplete revascularization was done originally) [1, 2].

Keywords

Patency Rate Transverse Sinus Proximal Anastomosis Incomplete Revascularization Graft Patency Rate 
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  • M. Schmuziger
  • E. Eschenbruch
  • P. Stürzenhofecker

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