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Name Seung-Jung Park
Country Korea (South)
Job Interventional Cardiologist

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Cases

  1. Unprotected Left Main Stenting with Debulking for Focal Ostial Stenosis : IVUS guidance
  2. Left Main Ostial Dissection resulting in Ostial Narrowing After Direct Cannulation During AVR
  3. Multivessel PCI with Cypher Stents and Bare Metal Stents for Lesions with Big Reference Vessel and Vulnerable Plaque
  4. Recanalization of Chronic Total Occlusion of Left Main Coronary Artery Ostium with Guiding Positioned Outside Origin of Left Main Coronary Artery
  5. Left Main Coronary Artery Bifurcation Stenosis with Normal LCX, Treated with DCA and Stenting
  6. Kissing Stenting for Left Main Bifurcation Lesion with Two Cyphers
  7. Left Main Coronary Artery Ostial Stenosis, Treated with Stenting Alone
  8. Both Renal Artery Stenosis Treated with Stenting
  9. Coronary Perforation of Proximal LAD after Debulking for Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis, Treated with PTEE-covered JoStent
  10. Repeat Kissing Stenting for Proximal Edge ISR after Kissing Stenting in Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis
  11. Stent Fracture without Restenosis after Short Cypher Stent Implantation
  12. Occluded Left Main Bifurcation Lesion Treated by Primary Stenting in the Setting of Acute Myocardial Infarction
  13. Bail-Out Stenting for Significant Left Main Coronary Artery Dissection During Guiding-Catheter Manipulation
  14. Late Stent Malapposition after A Sirolimus-Elutig Stent Implantation
  15. Coronary Extramural Hematoma Caused By Perforation During Chronic Total Occlusion Intervention ; Treated With a Cypher Stent
  16. Repeat Kissing Stenting for Proximal Edge ISR after Kissing Stenting in Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis
  17. Closure of Secundum Atrial Septal Defect with the Amplatzer Septal Occluder Device
  18. Stenting for Peripheral Pulmonary Artery Stenosis after Total Surgical Correction of TOF
  19. Closure of Coronary Artery Fistula with a Graft Stent and Correction of Stenosed Left Anterior Descending Artery in the Same Procedure
  20. Cypher Stents Implantation for Chronic Total Occlusion in Left Main Coronary Artery Bifurcation
  21. Left main coronary intervention with a support of intra-aortic balloon pump
  22. Concurrent Percutaneous Closure of Patent Foramen Ovale and Patent Ductus Arteriosus Using Occluder Devices
  23. Percutaneous treatment for in-stent restenosis at the left circumflex artery ostium after kissing stenting in left main bifurcation stenosis
  24. Multiple Vessel Coronary Intervention with Drug-Eluting Stents
  25. Left Anterior Descending Bifurcation Lesion Treated with Provisional T Stenting
  26. V Stenting with Cyphers for a Lesion at the Proximal Left Anterior Descending Artery and Circumflex Artery
  27. Repeat Cypher implantation for a Cypher failure lesion at the left main coronary bifurcation
  28. Successful Cypher Stent Implantation With Deep Seating of 6 French Guiding Catheter in Very Tortuous Right Coronary Artery
  29. Stenting for Heavily Calcified and Tortuous Distal Lesion at Right Coronary Artery Using 5 in 7 French Guiding Catheter Technique
  30. Rotablating Atherectomy for Treatment of Unexpanded Stent at Heavily Calcified Lesion
  31. Left Main Bifurcation Intervention with Debulking Atherectomy and Cypher Stent Implantation
  32. Coronary Stenting for a Chronic Total Occlusion of Right Coronary Artery in a Situs Inversus Patient
  33. Recurrent Stent Fracture After Multiple Cypher Stents Implantation
  34. Multiple Bifurcation Stenting with Crush Technique at Distal Left Main and Left Anterior Descending Artery Lesions
  35. Left Main Bifurcation Lesion. Is Simple Stenting Cross-over Enough?
  36. Left Main Ostial Stenosis Treated with a Single Sirolimus-Eluting Stent Implantation
  37. Simultaneous Bifurcation Stenting with V-stenting Technique for Distal Left Main and with Crush Technique for Left Anterior Descending Artery Lesion
  38. Simple Crossover is Easy and Enough for LMCA Lesion, in Case of Disease Free LCX Ostium : The Importance of IVUS-Guided PCI
  39. Left Main os to Shaft Lesion Treated Using Single Sirolimus-Eluting Stent
  40. PCI for LM Trifurcation Lesion with Eccentric Heavy Plaque Burden and Calcification at Distal LM : Return of Debulking Atherectomy
  41. Unprotected Distal Left Main Trifurcation Lesion Treated with "TAP (T-Stenting and Small Protrusion)" Technique
  42. LM Bifurcation Disease with LAD and LCX Bifurcation Lesions Treated with V-Stent Technique Using Sirolimus-Eluting Stents
  43. LM Shaft Disease and Calcified Proximal LAD Disease
  44. LM Trifurcation Disease with Mini-Crushing Technique and Kissing Balloon
  45. LM Trifurcation Disease Treated with V Stenting Technique and Kissing Balloon
  46. LM Bifurcation-LCX Crossover (FFR Evaluation)
  47. LM with Trifurcation Lesion
  48. Tough and Heavily Calcified LM Bifurcation Lesion Treated by Mini-Crush Technique
  49. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve
  50. Proximal LAD Bifurcation Lesion Treated with Simple Cross-Over Technique
  51. LAD and RI Lesions Treated by V Stenting Technique
  52. Distal LM Bifurcation Lesion with Procedure Related Thrombi
  53. Rotational atherectomy for severe, heavily calcified, undilatable lesion intervention
  54. Rotational atherectomy for a heavily calcified and diffuse lesion
  55. Left Main Lesion Treated with Cross-Over Technique
  56. LM Bifurcation Treatment Using Simple Cross-over Technique
  57. Treatment of Drug-Eluting Stent In-Stent Restenosis Using Drug-Eluting Balloon
  58. Distal Left Main Trifurcation Lesion Treated by Crush Technique
  59. Simple cross over stenting at LMCA disease
  60. LCX ostial lesion treated through protruding stent strut in LM ostium
  61. FFR guided PCI in multivessel disease
  62. Left Main trifurcation treatment with simple Cross-over stenting
  63. Treatment of complex left main bifurcation lesion
  64. Angiographically intermediate LAD with significant FFR
  65. Angiographically intermediate LM bifurcation lesion with significant FFR
  66. FFR guided PCI in multivessel disease including mid LAD Bare-Metal Stent in-stent restenosis
  67. FFR guided PCI for tandem lesions in prox-to-mid LAD
  68. FFR-guided PCI for diffuse, tandem lesion in prox-to distal RCA
  69. FFR-guided PCI in multivessel disease with diffuse tandem stenoses in LAD step by step approach using FFR & IVUS guidance in tandem stenosis
  70. Treatment of LM ostial in-stent restenosis lesion
  71. Side-branch protection with multiple wiring in diffuse long lesion
  72. Proximal and distal stent edge ISR treatment using FFR assessment
  73. In stent restenosis at ostium of Left main coronary artery
  74. Treatment of In stent restenosis at saphenous vein graft
  75. Diffuse tandem stenoses in LAD treated by step-by-step approach using FFR guidance
  76. Heavy calcified LM to LAD stenosis treated by rotabulation and simple cross over stenting
  77. Two bifurcation lesions, treated with different technique
  78. Successful simple cross over stenting crossing many side branches
  79. Proximal edge ISR of LAD Stent Involving LMCA Bifurcation Treated with Simple Cross-Over Technique
  80. LM with mLAD CTO Lesion Treated by Antegrade Approach
  81. The Treatment of ISR at dLM Bifurcation using Drug Eluting Balloon
  82. IVUS guided LM Trifurcation Treatment Using Simple Cross-Over Technique
  83. Treatment of Proximal Edge ISR with LM Ostial Involvement and Proximal LCX ISR in Patient Who Underwent 'Crushing Technique' at Distal LMCA Bifurcation
  84. Severe Calcified LAD Ostial Lesion Treated with Simple Cross-Over Technique and Deferral of the PCI of Middle LAD Lesion on the Basis of FFR Value
  85. Decision Making Using with Fractional Flow Reserve after the Treatment of Left Main Bifurcation in Simple Cross-Over Technique
  86. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  87. Treatment of distal LM bifurcation stenosis after "V-stenting" technique
  88. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  89. Left Main Bifurcation Disease Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  90. Left Main Shaft & proximal LAD disease Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  91. Left Main Bifurcation Coronary Intervention with Balloon Crush Technique
  92. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  93. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crushing Technique
  94. The Treatment of ISR at pLCX using Drug Eluting Balloon
  95. LM Treated by Decision Making Using with FFR (Fractional Flow Reserve) Guidance
  96. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  97. Treatment of distal LMCA Bifurcation Stenosis Using Crushing Technique
  98. Treatment of distal LMCA Bifurcation Stenosis Using Crushing Technique
  99. Left Main Bifurcation Lesion Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  100. Treatment of LM Ostial Stenosi
  101. Proximal LAD Bifurcation Lesion Treated by Crush Technique
  102. LMCA stenosis Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  103. Intervention of proximal LAD lesion in patient with totally occluded LCX and RCA
  104. FFR guided PCI for jailed LCX
  105. Antegrade approach to pRCA ISR CTO
  106. Provisional T Stenting for Jailed and Dissected Diagonal Branch
  107. Transcatheter aortic valve implantation with the Core Valve
  108. Treatment of Distal LMCA Trifurcation Lesion Using Kissing Stent Technique
  109. LM and LAD Bifurcation Lesions Treated by Double Crush Techniques
  110. FFR Guided Treatment of Distal LM to Proximal LAD Lesion with Jailed LCX
  111. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the CoreValve
  112. Decision Making Using Fractional Flow Reserve after Left Main disease Treatment with Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  113. Treatment of a Recurrent ISR lesion of pmRCA using Drug Eluting Stent
  114. Treatment of LMCA Bifurcation Using Crushing Technique
  115. LM Bifurcation Lesion Treated by Crushing Technique
  116. Distal LM Bifurcation ISR Lesion Treated by Drug Eluting Balloons
  117. LM Bifurcation ISR Lesion Treated by Drug Eluting Balloons
  118. Distal Left Main Trifurcation Lesion Treated Using Simple Cross-over Stent and Kissing Balloon Technique
  119. Severe Calcified LAD Lesion Treated by Rotational Atherectomy
  120. Treatment of In-Stent Restenosis Lesion Involving Distal LMCA Bifurcation
  121. LM Trifurcation Lesion Treatment Guided by IVUS
  122. IVUS Guided Distal LM Trifurcation Treatment Confirmed by FFR
  123. Left Main Bifurcation Lesion Treated with Simple Cross-over and Final Kissing Balloon Technique
  124. Left Main and Diffuse Long LAD Lesion with Heavy Calcification Treated by Rotational Atherectomy
  125. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve
  126. Treatment of distal LMCA Bifurcation Stenosis Using Crushing Technique
  127. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  128. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve
  129. LM Bifurcation Lesion Treated by Crush Technique
  130. Treatment of distal LMCA Bifurcation Stenosis Using Crushing Technique
  131. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve
  132. Decision Making Using with Fractional Flow Reserve after LAD Bifurcation ISR Lesion Treated with Simple Cross-Over Technique
  133. Left Main Shaft Disease with concomitant LAD disease treated with LAD stenting under guidance of Fractional Flow Reserve after Simple Cross-Over Technique for Left Main Lesion
  134. Distal left Main & Proximal LAD Disease Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting with FFR (Fractional Flow Reserve) Guidance
  135. Middle LAD Crossroads Treated by Kissing Balloon and Stenting
  136. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve) with Peripheral Balloon Angioplasty
  137. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve) with Peripheral Balloon Angioplasty
  138. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve
  139. Left Main Shaft & Proximal LAD Disease Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  140. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve
  141. Left Main Shaft, proximal LAD and distal LAD disease Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  142. Transcatheter aortic valve implantation with Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve
  143. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve
  144. Left Main CTO Coronary Intervention with Crush Technique
  145. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve
  146. Left Main Bifurcation Stenosis Treated with Simple Cross-over and Final Kissing Balloon Technique
  147. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve
  148. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  149. Left Main to Proximal LAD and LCX Disease Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  150. Left Main to Proximal LAD and LCX Disease Treated by Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  151. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Novaflex Plus Valve
  152. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve
  153. Valve-in-Valve Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve
  154. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve
  155. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  156. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  157. Short LM with Bifurcation Disease Treated by Kissing Stent Technique
  158. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve in Octogenerian Patient
  159. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Novaflex Plus Valve in Short Height of LCA (Left Coronary Artery) Ostium
  160. FFR Guided PCI on Left Main Bifurcation Disease; Simple Cross-Over Stenting
  161. Double Bifurcations Treated by Crush and Crush
  162. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Via Trans-aortic Approach
  163. LM Bifurcation Disease Treated by Crush Technique
  164. FFR-Guided Revascularization of a Tandem Lesion Involving mid LAD Bifurcation
  165. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with LotusTM Valve
  166. LM Bifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  167. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve
  168. LM Bifurcation Treated by Mini Crush Technique
  169. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve by Trans-apical Approach
  170. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve in a Patient with Severe Aortic Regurgitation due to Tissue Valve Failure
  171. LM Bifurcation Treated by Mini Crush Technique
  172. Trans-femoral Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation for severe ASR
  173. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve in a Patient with Severe Aortic Stenosis
  174. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Novaflex Plus Valve on Bicuspid AS
  175. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve EVOLUT-R
  176. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Novaflex Plus Valve in Octogenarian Patient
  177. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Novaflex Plus Valve in Patient Accompanying Moderate to Severe Aortic Regurgitation
  178. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Novaflex Plus Valve in a Patient with Very Severe Aortic Stenosis
  179. Left Main Disease with Distal RCA CTO Lesion
  180. Transcatheter Coil Embolization for the Large Aortic Root Pseudoaneurysmin Patient with Takayasu Arteritis
  181. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve EVOLUT-R
  182. LAD Trifurcation Treated by Crush Technique
  183. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN XT Valve in a Patient with Severe Aortic Stenosis
  184. Intermediate Coronary Artery Lesion Successfully Treated with a Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold
  185. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve EVOLUT-R
  186. Intermediate Coronary Artery Lesion Successfully Treated with a Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffold
  187. Left Main Disease with RCA CTO lesion
  188. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Core Valve EVOLUT-R Combined LAD Stenosis
  189. Left Main Disease with Diffuse RCA Lesion
  190. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards Sapien XT Valve
  191. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards Sapien XT Valve
  192. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with the Edwards SAPIEN 3 Valve in a Patient with Severe Aortic Stenosis
  193. LM Trifurcation Lesion with In-Stent Restenosis Treated by Crush Technique
  194. LM Bifurcation Lesion Treated by TAP Technique
  195. Trans-apical Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement for severe AS
  196. Left Main Bifurcation Disease Treated with Mini Crush Technique
  197. Hybrid BRS + DES Stenting
  198. Hybrid BVS + DES Stenting
  199. LM Stenting
  200. BRS Stenting at Diffuse Long Lesion
  201. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement with Edwards SAPIEN 3 Valve Under Conscious Sedation
  202. LM Bifurcation Stenting with Crush Technique
  203. Limited Expansion of the Self-expandable Transcatheter Aortic Valve Prosthesis in Severe Aortic Stenosis with Bicuspid Aortic Valve
  204. Tortuous and Calcified Lesion Treated Using Rotablation
  205. Simultaneous Kissing Stenting for the LM Bifurcation Lesion
  206. LAD PCI with DEB at Diagonal Branch and Final Kissing
  207. LM Stenting
  208. Stent ISR Treated Using Rotablation and DEB
  209. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement with Edwards SAPIEN 3 Valve Under Conscious Sedation
  210. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation with The Edwards SAPIEN 3
  211. Crush Technique for the LM Bifurcation Lesion
  212. LM to Diagonal Stenting After CABG
  213. Kissing Stenting for the LM Bifurcation Lesion
  214. LM Stenting
  215. Diffuse Heavy Calcified Lesion of RCA Treated by Rotablation
  216. In-Stent Restenosis Lesion Treated by Rotablation
  217. Two Bifurcations PCI
  218. V Stenting Technique to High Diagonal and LAD Bifurcation Lesion
  219. Stenting and Kissing Balloon of LM Bifurcation Lesion
  220. Two Bifurcation PCI with the Crush Technique
  221. LM Bifurcation Stenting with the Crush Technique
  222. LM Bifurcation Lesion Intervention
  223. LM Bifurcation and ISR Lesion Intervention with Crush Technique
  224. Anterograde Approach for RCA CTO Lesion
  225. Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement in a Patient with Chronic Kidney Disease
  226. LM and LAD Bifurcation Intervention with Crush Technique
  227. LM Bifurcation and ISR Lesion Intervention with Crush Technique
  228. LAD Diagonal Bifurcation Intervention with Crush Technique

Slide Presentations

  1. Percutaneous Intervention of Unprotected Left Main Ostial and Shaft Disease
  2. Left Main Ostial Stenosis after Aortic Valve Replacement
  3. Cypher vs. Taxus ; Taxus vs. Cypher - Is there something different ?
  4. Percutaneous Mitral Valvuloplasty: State of Art
  5. Why Polymer Coated Paclitaxel Stents
  6. Drug-Eluting Stent
  7. Primary Stenting for Unprotected Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis during AMI
  8. PCI for Chroic Total Occlusion
  9. Coronary Perforation of Proximal LAD after Debulking for LMCA Ostial Stenosis, Treated with PTEE-covered JoStent
  10. Technical Feasibility, Safety, and Clinical Outcome of Stenting of Unprotected Left Main Coronary Artery Bifurcation Narrowing Equipment Overview of DCA Device Percutaneous Intervention of Unprotected Left Main Disease
  11. Percutaneous Intervention of Unprotected left main Disease
  12. Bail-out stenting for Unprotected Left Main Coronary Artery Dissection during Catheter-Based Procedure
  13. Long Cypher?Multicenter Registry Study in Korea
  14. Safety and Effectiveness of Sirolimus Eluting Stent for Left Main Coronary Artery Stenosis
  15. Is bypass surgery needed for elderly patients with left main coronary artery disease? - CON l
  16. Treatment of In-Stent Restenosis : Drug Eluting Stent versus Brachytherapy
  17. Long Cypher Multicenter Registry Study
  18. Long-DES: Study presented in TCT 2004
  19. Aggressive Colesterol Lowering Therapy after PCI(Percutaneous Coronary Intervention)
  20. Drug Eluting Stent: Real World Experience(AMC Registry Study)
  21. LM stenting -Cypher
  22. Safety and Efficacy of Cypher on Complex Lesion
  23. LM Bifurcation Intervention Guideline for COMBAT
  24. How to Treat - Unprotected Left Main Disease
  25. VH Experience in Real World: Asan Medical Center
  26. Nobori Stent, Update
  27. VH-IVUS: Matched and Mismatched
  28. LM Intervention Is Still an Available Option Despite Late Stent Thrombosis?
  29. Left Main Trifurcation Intervention
  30. How Can We Optimize Good Result in the Long Coronary Lesion ?
  31. Long-Term Evaluation of DES vs. BMS; 10-Year Experience from Single Center Registry
  32. Impact of Diabetes on Long-Term Outcomes of Drug-Eluting Stents in Asian Patients
  33. PCI vs CABG in Left Main Disease: Main Registry Update
  34. \"ZEST\" Trial
  35. Tailores Approach with DES for Long Coronary Lesions
  36. Can Carotid Artery Stenting Before CABG Reduce Perioperative Stroke ?
  37. Can SYNTAX Score Be Feasible to Predict Outcomes of LM Revascularization?: Application to MAIN-COMPARE Registry
  38. Prognostic Influence of DM on Long-Term Clinical Outcomes and Stent Thrombosis Following DES Implantation in Asian: AMC Experience
  39. The Impact of Diabetes in the DES Long-Term Outcome
  40. Future Clinical Study for Nobori Stent in Korea
  41. Comparison of Sirolimus- and Paclitaxel-Eluting Stents vs Zotarolimus-Eluting Stents in Real World Practice: The ZEST Randomized Controlled Trial
  42. DECISION CTO_New Horizon in CTO Treatment; Randomized Study Proposal
  43. Duration of Dual Antiplatelet Therapy After Drug-Eluting Stent Implantation
  44. Coronary Intervention
  45. Insight into LM PCI from Main-COMPARE, SYNTAX LM, and Registries
  46. Duration of Dual Antiplatelet Therapy in DES
  47. Xience V in Real Life
  48. PCI in Unprotected Left Main Disease (MAIN-COMPARE, SYNTAX, and Several Registries)
  49. Paradigm Shift to Functional Angioplasty: FFR Guided Decision Making, IVUS Guided Optimization
  50. Case Based Learning
  51. Anatomic vs. Functional Assessment of Coronary Artery Stenosis: Can IVUS-Derived Minimal Lumen Area Predict FFR < 0.8?
  52. Premier of Randomized Comparison of Bypass Surgery versus Angioplasty Using Sirolimus-Eluting Stent in Patients with Left Main Coronary Artery Disease
  53. Left Main PCI: Where We Are? Where We Are Going?
  54. Is Angiography Enough To Guide LMT PCI? - 'Functional Approach Should Be Considered!'
  55. Pre-COMBAT: LM Disease Revascularization - PCI vs. CABG Randomization Study
  56. Long and Tandem Lesion Intervention: FFR Guided Spot Stenting
  57. It's Not Enough !
  58. Discrepancy between Anatomic vs. Functional Parameters (IVUS vs. FFR)
  59. Invited Case Presentation & Focus Review: FFR Guided Spot Stenting for Tandem Lesion PCI
  60. Why Visual-Functional Mismatches?
  61. Why PCI ? - Rationale for PCI / - Patient & Lesion Selection
  62. Functional Angioplasty - Insight from FFR and IVUS
  63. Is It a Matter of Technique or Concept?: Left Main and Bifurcation PCI
  64. [Debate: Can We Safely Defer PCI Just Based on FFR>0.80?] Yes, Already Proven.
  65. Functional PCI for LM Stenosis: IVUS and FFR Guided
  66. Device Positioning Is Crucial.
  67. FFR Guided and IVUS Supported Functional Angioplasty
  68. Why Visual-functional Mismatches?
  69. New Frontiers in Left Main Intervention; Functional Angioplasty and New Optimizing Criteria
  70. Why Visual-functional Mismatch? New Insight from Computational Simulation and Imaging Data
  71. Clinical Outcomes from RCTs and Registries
  72. When and How We Utilize Imaging and Functional Information in LM Stenting
  73. Now, Do the IVUS-MLA Criteria Need to Be Adjusted ?
  74. Featured Lecture: The Fate of PCI for Multi-Vessel Disease in the Era of COURAGE, SYNTAX, FAME, and FREEDOM
  75. Impact of Functional Angioplasty to Current Practice: Trends in Clinical Outcomes of PCI with Drug Eluting Stents
  76. Impact of Functional Angioplasty in Our Real Practice!
  77. Trend in Outcomes of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention with the Integrated Use of Fractional Flow Reserve and Intravascular Ultrasound
  78. Functional Evaluation Is Necessary !
  79. PCI vs CABG from BARI to SYNTAX: Is the Game over?
  80. TAVI in Korea: How to Avoid Conduction Disturbance..
  81. [Functionally Insignificant, Vulnerable Plaque: Do You Want to Treat?] No, I Don't
  82. Coronary Angiography versus FFR: Why Mismatches
  83. IVUS-MLA and FFR
  84. How Good FFR Guided in Real Practice: Data from Asan PCI and Multivessel Registry
  85. Meta-analysis of LM PCI: PCI Using DES vs. CABG
  86. Do You Want to Treat?: Functionally Insignificant Vulnerable Plaque - No, I Don\'t. We Can\'t Predict Fate of Vulnerable Plaque.
  87. 15-year Temporal Change of LM Revascularization: Lesson from Asan Main Registry
  88. Either FFR or IVUS Is Acceptable, but Choose Your Cutoff Values Wisely!
  89. Temporal Trends and Outcomes of Contemporary LM Treatment: From the Asan Left Main Registry
  90. [FFR Use at CathLab: More & Better] FFR-guided PCI in Routine Practice: Lessons from the AMC Experience
  91. FFR Guided Clinical Practice of Left Main PCI
  92. Asian Multicenter Registry
  93. Can We Prevent DEFER Lesion Event? PREVENT Trial - Design and Rationale
  94. How Good FFR Guided in Real Practice from Asan PCI and Multivessel Registry & IRIS-FFR Registry
  95. IVUS Is Enough!
  96. Impact of FFR
  97. Can We Prevent Future Event?: PREVENT Trial - Design and Rationale
  98. Trial of Everolimus-Eluting Stents or Bypass Surgery for Coronary Disease
  99. How to Treat? - Functionally Insignificant Vulnerable Plaque: STABLE and PREVENT
  100. Plaque Stabilization and Preemptive BVS: From STABLE to PREVENT
  101. Fate of Deferred Lesion: Insight from Prospective IRIS-FFR Registry
  102. Left Main Disease Is Not Surgical Treatment Any More: Data-Supported 2015
  103. Please Keep It: IVUS-Guidance for LM Stenting
  104. What Happened in Deferred Lesion: Insight from IRIS-FFR Registry
  105. Integrated Approach for LM PCI Using IVUS and FFR
  106. FFR: How to Change Our Practice?
  107. Can We Prevent Events of Vulnerable Plaques?: From STABLE to PREVENT
  108. Relationship Between FFR and Clinical Outcome: Data from IRIS-FFR Registry
  109. Left Main & Bifurcation PCI: Is It a Matter of Technique or Concept?
  110. Case 1: Left Main Disease
  111. Left Main PCI: The Simpler, The Better
  112. FFR and Clinical Outcomes: Evidence Has Never Been Stronger
  113. From STABLE to PREVENT
  114. Physiology-Guidance: Synergetic Hybrid Approach for Complex PCI
  115. Impact of Complete Revascularization for MVD PCI
  116. PREVENT Trial: Update and Insight from Plaque Imaging
  117. Impact of Complete Revascularization for Multivessel PCI
  118. How To Manage Grey Zone FFR?: Data from IRIS FFR Registry
  119. [Debate: Left Main Disease - How to Treat in Contemporary Era?] LM Is No Longer Surgical Disease.
  120. Can BRS Stabilize Vulnerable Plaque?: PREVENT
  121. Future Perspective of Bioresorbable Vascular Scaffolds (ABSORBII, ABSORBIII, AIDA-AMC Registry) : Is It a Crisis or a Chance to Move Forward?
  122. TAVR in Asia, Korea, and AMC
  123. Keynote Lecture on Left Main PCI: Expert\'s Concept and Technique
  124. Top 10 Tips on Left Main PCI
  125. [Debate: Should All CTOs Be Opened?] Con
  126. To Treat or Not to Treat for Gray Zone FFR(0.76-0.80)
  127. All the Data from IRIS-FFR Registry
  128. 10-year Outcomes of MAIN-COMPARE Study: Main and Key Substudies
  129. The Lesson from DECISION-CTO Trial
  130. Integrated Use of FFR and IVUS in LM PCI
  131. PREVENT Trial: Update and Interesting Cases
  132. PCI vs CABG for Left Main and Multivessel Disease
  133. [Featured Lecture] LM-PCI: New Techniques, Concept, and Insights from the LM Pioneer
  134. What Is the Benefit of CTO PCI?: Insights from the DECISION CTO
  135. MAIN COMPARE: 10-Year Follow-up
  136. [Debate: Should All CTOs Be Opened?] Cons
  137. PREVENT: Physiology and Imaging for PREVENTing Future Events
  138. What Is the Practical Approach to LM/MVD Revascularization? - Make It Simple!!
  139. Minimalist TAVR: AMC Experience
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