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An unusual complication during alcohol septal ablation: severe left anterior descending artery vasospasm causing cardiac arrest: a case report and review of the literature.

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Summary of "An unusual complication during alcohol septal ablation: severe left anterior descending artery vasospasm causing cardiac arrest: a case report and review of the literature."

Septal reduction therapy can be considered along the lines of hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy patients who have drug-refractory symptoms. This can be applied either surgical myectomy or either alcohol septal ablation (ASA). Alcohol septal ablation has been performed successfully since the first announcement of ASA in 1995.

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Name: European heart journal. Case reports
ISSN: 2514-2119
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