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Coronary subclavian steal syndrome following coronary by-pass surgery.
  1. B. J. Kneale,
  2. A. T. Irvine,
  3. D. J. Coltart
  1. Cardiac Department, St Thomas's Hospital, London, UK.


    The coronary steal syndrome is an uncommon but well recognised occurrence following coronary artery by-pass surgery using the internal mammary artery. We report a case of coronary steal successfully treated with percutaneous transluminal angioplasty of a subclavian stenosis.

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