Transcatheter coil occlusion of a side branch of the left internal mammary artery graft causing significant ischaemia
Coronary steal due to an unligated side branch of the internal mammary artery graft is a rare but important pathology causing ischaemia. We describe the case of a patient with significant ischaemia having an unligated side branch of the left internal mammary artery after coronary artery bypass surgery and who underwent coil embolization of the side branch.
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