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The Need For Dedicated Bifurcation Quantitative Coronary Angiography (QCA) Software Algorithms To Evaluate Bifurcation Lesions.

M. Grundeken, Y. Ishibashi, S. Ramcharitar, J. Tuinenburg, J. Reiber, S. Tu, J. Aben, C. Girasis, J. Wykrzykowska, Y. Onuma, P. Serruys
Published 2015 · Medicine

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Single-vessel quantitative coronary angiography (QCA) software is inaccurate when used in bifurcation lesions due to the specific anatomical characteristics of bifurcations, including the natural step-down in diameters after every bifurcation. Dedicated bifurcation QCA software has been developed to overcome the limitations of single-vessel QCA in bifurcations. A phantom validation study has shown the superior accuracy of these bifurcation QCA algorithms compared to the single-vessel QCA software. These QCA software algorithms are currently highly recommended to assess bifurcation lesions.
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