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Treatment of a proximal and medial tandem LAD lesions by single stenting.

Clinical background

86 year old patient with a prior stent placement in the distal LAD.


Angina pectoris the last two weeks and his coronary angiography revealed three vessels disease, with two lesions on the proximal (septal branch) and the mid LAD (just after the left main).

The patient also has a renal impairment and a lesion of the marginal bunch in the RCA.


  • Radial approach
  • Discussion of the strategy
  • Pre-dilatation stenting of tandem lesions
  • Placement of UltiMaster stent

Learning objectives

  • Treatment of a tandem lesion by single stenting
Shooting date : 2016-03-22
Last update : 2021-06-09
Michaël Angioi
Essey-Lès-Nancy, France
Christophe Piot
Montpellier, France
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