Indications for one-stage surgery in patients with combined occlusive-stenotic lesions of the coronary and brachiocephalic artery
This article contains the results of medical pre-assesment and surgery of 35 patients with. Combined carotid and coronary arterial diseases. It includes comparative analysis and scientifically proven indications for simultaneous and staged surgical procedures in these patients.
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