Successful Stent Implantation in a Marginal Branch of the Circumflex Artery via Right Internal Mammary Artery in Transradial Technique

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Stefan Peters

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Published: 4 May 2018 | Article Type :

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Intervention of peripheral branches via right internal mammary artery in transradial approach is often difficult. The choice of a perfect guiding catheter is a matter of success. Here we describe a successful drug eluting stent implantation into a marginal branch via right internal mammary artery with a Shepherd’s Crook guiding catheter.

Keywords: Transradial approach, marginal branch, drug-eluting stent, circumflex artery.

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Stefan Peters. (2018-05-04). "Successful Stent Implantation in a Marginal Branch of the Circumflex Artery via Right Internal Mammary Artery in Transradial Technique." *Volume 1*, 1, 11-13