1. Early, Late Stent Thrombosis Look Different on OCT

    Early, Late Stent Thrombosis Look Different on OCT

    The mechanism behind coronary stent thrombosis may vary depending on the stent type and whether it occurs early or later on, images from optical coherence tomography (OCT) suggested. Overall, stent underexpansion (stent expansion index <0.8) was observed in 44.4% of patients who presented with stent thrombosis in the PRESTIGE registry, Robert Byrne, MB BCh, PhD, of Germany's Deutsches Herzzentrum München, and colleagues reported in Circulation .

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