Impact of dissection after drug-coated balloon treatment of de novo coronary lesions: Angiographic and clinical outcomes
Author(s) Hui L.; Shin E.-S.; Jun E.J.; Kim T.-H.; Sohn C.-B.; Choi B.J.; Yuan S.L.; Kun L.; Zhi W.; Hao J.; Zhentao S.; Qiang T.; Bhak Y.; Garg S.
Source Yonsei Medical Journal; Dec 2020; vol. 61 (no. 12); p. 1004-1012
Publication Date Dec 2020
Purpose: Dissection after plain balloon angioplasty is required to achieve adequate luminal area; however, it is associated with a high risk of vascular events. This study aimed to examine the relationship between non-flow limiting coronary dissections and subsequent lumen loss and long-term clinical outcomes following successful drug-coated balloon (DCB) treatment of de novo coronary lesions.
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