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Figure 2: Urgent angiography that demonstrated critical lesion of mid-distal anterior descending artery, occlusion of distal apical recurrent anterior descending artery, and thrombotic subocclusion of a first proximal obtuse marginal, as culprit lesion (a and b); occlusion of the right coronary artery at the proximal segment (c). Angiographic result after percutaneous coronary intervention of culprit lesion (d)

Figure 2: Urgent angiography that demonstrated critical lesion of mid-distal anterior descending artery, occlusion of distal apical recurrent anterior descending artery, and thrombotic subocclusion of a first proximal obtuse marginal, as culprit lesion (a and b); occlusion of the right coronary artery at the proximal segment (c). Angiographic result after percutaneous coronary intervention of culprit lesion (d)