Single coronary vessel disease: Observations on prognosis

L. Campolo, G. Cataldo, G. Gentili, E. Gronda, S. Pirelli, G. Sozzi

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Abstract

The study includes 290 patients (pts) having a significant stenosis of a single coronary vessel: in 205 the affected vessel was left anterior descending (LAD), in 85 circumflex (CF) to right (RC) coronary artery. Comparison of natural history of 127 non operated pts and postoperative history of the survivors out of 163 operated pts revealed that longterm mortality of single vessel disease is not affected by surgery, not even in LAD disease as a whole. Nonetheless selected groups of pts with single, proximal, subocclusive LAD stenosis, without collateral vessels, with associated 50% stenosis of CF or RC seem to have a better prognosis after surgery.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAnnales de Radiologie Medecine Nucleaire
Pages296-298
Number of pages3
Volume22
Edition4
Publication statusPublished - 1979

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging

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    Campolo, L., Cataldo, G., Gentili, G., Gronda, E., Pirelli, S., & Sozzi, G. (1979). Single coronary vessel disease: Observations on prognosis. In Annales de Radiologie Medecine Nucleaire (4 ed., Vol. 22, pp. 296-298)