Case of the Month
|Operator: Dr. Vincent PONG|
A 57 year-old lady having a history of diabetes and hypertension. She presented with stable angina and a positive exercise treadmill test. Diagnostic angiogram showed moderate distal LM stenosis and tight ostial LAD stenosis involving the origin of the first diagonal branch. There was also ostial to proximal LCx disease. The distal RCA and PL branch had diffuse disease as well. PCI was performed to the left system first.....