Chronic coronary occlusions in patients after coronary artery bypass grafting. Morphological features and a review of possible interventions

 S.М. Furkalo

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N.V. Ponych, O.O. Nemchyna, O.J. Zharinov, O.A. Yepanchintseva, B.M. Todurov

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Gender and age features in adults with congenital heart disease

I.G. Lebid

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O.O. Motrechko, A.V. Maksymenko, Yu.L. Kuzmenko, M.P. Radchenko, N.M. Rudenko

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Extending treatment choices for thoracic endovascular aortic repair. Experience from a large case series at a busy European endovascular center

G.B. Torsello, G.F. Torsello

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Experience of instantaneous transaction coronary bypass surgery with carotid endarterectomy

B.M. Todurov, G.I. Kovtun, M.A. Taranov, A.I. Matvijchuk, О.М. Postupalsky, А.О. Shpachuk, S.O. Sheludko, O.V. Revenko, O.A. Loskutov

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The case of the unusual progression of the left atrial malignant tumor

R.M. Vitovsky, V.V. Isaenko, O.A. Pishchurin, V.F. Onishchenko, O.Z. Paratsiy, I.G. Yakovenko, D.N. Dyadyun, T.I. Dedkova

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Occlusion of the left subclavian artery as a reason of angina pectoris recurrence after coronary artery bypass grafting

V.I. Ursulenko, O.K. Gogayeva, L.S. Dzakhoieva

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ACC/AATS/AHA/ASE/ASNC/SCAI/SCCT/ STS 2016 Appropriate use criteria for coronary revascularization in patients with acute coronary syndromes

Coronary Revascularization Writing Group: M. Patel (Chair), J. Calhoon, G. Dehmer, J. Grantham, T. Maddox, D. Maron, P. Smith

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