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The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 1999 August;40(4):553-4

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Internal mam­mary ­artery ­grafts and com­pet­i­tive ­flow. Controversies per­sist

Gaudino M., Bruno P., Piancone F. L., Pragliola C., Manzoli A.*, Possati G.

From the Department of Cardiac Surgery and * Cardiology Catholic University, Rome, Italy


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We ­report one ­case in ­which chron­ic ­native com­pet­i­tive ­flow ­from an ­almost nor­mal tar­get cor­o­nary ­artery did not influ­ence IMA ­graft paten­cy. This ­patient under­went con­trol ­postoper­a­tive angio­gra­phy 11 ­months ­after sur­gery and the mam­mary ­artery-left ante­ri­or descend­ing ­graft was ­found to be nor­mo­func­tion­ing ­despite the ­fact ­that the cor­o­nary ­artery ­showed no resid­u­al sten­o­sis.

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