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The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2001 February;42(1):61-3

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Angiographic evidence of thrombosis after off-pump coronary surgery. A case report

Mariani M. A., Drenth D. J., Boonstra P. W., Grandjean J. G.

From the Thorax Center University Hospital Groningen, The Netherlands *Institute of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery University Hospital Siena, Italy


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We ­report the ­case of a ­patient who under­went off-­pump cor­o­nary sur­gery, ­whose post­op­er­a­tive (3 ­days) angio­graphy ­showed the pres­ence of a ­thrombus in the ­left ­internal mam­mary ­artery. The ­thrombus ­responded to an aggres­sive anti­co­ag­u­lant treat­ment, ­showing a per­fect angio­graphic ­result 15 ­months ­later. ­According to our pre­vious ­studies, we sug­gest ­that an ade­quate ­anti-coag­u­lant treat­ment ­should be under­taken for ­patients under­going off-­pump cor­o­nary sur­gery in the ­early post­op­er­a­tive ­period.

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