Table 5.

Summary of Clinical and Procedural Characteristics of 9 Cases of Angiographically Overt LSD

Bifurcation Treatment
Patient No.Age/SexLesion LocationStent Size, mmSB StentingSB POBAIVUS useAdditional Downstream PCIAny Secondary Device UseAdditional Stenting RequiredFuture Clinical Events
Offset peak-to-peak platform (Promus Element)
 Case 159/MLMP-E 3.0×28NoNoYesYesYesNoNo
 Case 281/FmLADP-E 3.0×20NoNoYesNoYesYesNo
 Case 361/MLMP-E 3.0×24YesYesYesNoYesNoNo
 Case 472/MpRCAP-E 3.0×28NoNoYesYesYesNoNo
 Case 550/FmLADP-E 4.0×28NoNoYesNoYesNoNo
 Case 668/MmLADP-E 3.0×28NoYesNoNoYesNoNo
 Case 739/MpLADP-E 4.0×28YesYesNoNoYesNoNo
Peak-to-valley platform (Xience V/Promus)
 Case 873/MpLADX-V 4.0×28NoNoYesNoYesNoNoncardiac death
 Case 963/FmLADX-V 3.0×15NoNoYesNoYesNoNo
  • IVUS indicates intravascular ultrasound; LAD, left anterior descending artery; LM, left main; LSD, longitudinal stent deformation; mLAD, mid left anterior descending artery; PCI, percutaneous coronary intervention; pLAD, proximal left anterior descending artery; POBA, plain old balloon angioplasty; pRCA, proximal right coronary artery; RCA, right coronary artery; and SB, stent thrombosis.