June 2015

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Volume 27 Issue 6
Abstract: Interventional cardiologists act as leaders every time they step into a catheterization laboratory (cath lab), but leadership training is rarely included in cardiology training programs. Cath lab physicians should cultivate and practice eff…
The discovery of arteria lusoria in a patient who presented for primary percutaneous coronary intervention due to myocardial infarction. 
A case of five recurrent myocardial infarctions due to repeat spontaneous coronary artery dissection in a woman with underlying fibromuscular dysplasia is reported.
Dynamic LV mid-cavity obstruction due to disordered atrioventricular synchrony immediately following TAVR and its reversal are described