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Shooting date : 2017-05-31
Last update : 2017-10-31
Language(s) : English
Male, 69 years old
Ex-smoker BMI 32

26/05/2017: N_STEMI
Long mid and distal RCA lesion
Subocclusive ostial lesi...
Male, 69 years old
Ex-smoker BMI 32

26/05/2017: N_STEMI
Long mid and distal RCA lesion
Subocclusive ostial lesion intermediate branch: culprit lesion
Very long and calcified LAD lesion
Syntax score 15
- Long mid and distal RCA lesion
- Subocclusive ostial lesion intermediate branch: culprit lesion
- Very long and calcified LAD lesion
- Syntax score 15
 
31/05/2017: LAD PCI with rotablator
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