But the problem of the vasospasm in the critical left main artery has never been reported before and now for the first time we're bringing it to light.
What does LMA stand for?
LMA stands for Left Main Artery
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- Law of Mass Action
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- League Managers Association (UK)
- Leaky-Mode Antenna
- Learning Mobile Author (software)
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- Lebanese Management Association (Beirut, Lebanon; est. 1959)
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- Levenberg-Marquardt Algorithm
- Lexikon des Mittelalters (German: Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages)
- Lietuvos Muzikos Akademija (Lithuanian: Lithuanian Academy of Music)
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- Linux Media Arts (Reno, NV)
- Lisbon Metropolitan Area (Portugal)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Left coronary artery and its branches The left main artery normally arises from the posteriorly positioned left sinus of Valsalva and bifurcates into the LAD and LCX (Figure 1) after a variable length of 2 to 40 mm.
Anomalous origin of the sinus nodal artery from left main artery.
Therefore, the left main artery was stented to provide additional support and TIMI 3 flow to the already compromised left circulation.
An autopsy revealed that at the time of her death, there was a 95% blockage of the left main artery of her heart, and that she had two heart attacks prior to the heart attack that killed her.
The test revealed Ward's left main artery connected to his heart was 95 percent blocked.
Therefore, the left main artery was stented with 5.
Published data reported increased risk of late-stent thrombosis associated with DES implants up to a year post-operatively in patients with complex CAD including multi-vessel or left main artery disease.