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Figure 1: (a) Mid LAD 99% lesion (arrow) and significant narrowing in proximal D1 branch; (b) Deployment of BVS to the mid LAD with KBT (arrow); (c) Good flow in the LAD post-PCI; (d-f) Postprocedural OCT showing well-opposed struts (LAD: Left anterior descending; D; Diagonal branch; PCI: Percutaneous coronary intervention; KBT: Kissing balloon technique; OCT: Optical coherence tomography; BVS: Bioresorbable vascular scaffold)

Figure 1: (a) Mid LAD 99% lesion (arrow) and significant narrowing in proximal D1 branch; (b) Deployment of BVS to the mid LAD with KBT (arrow); (c) Good flow in the LAD post-PCI; (d-f) Postprocedural OCT showing well-opposed struts (LAD: Left anterior descending; D; Diagonal branch; PCI: Percutaneous coronary intervention; KBT: Kissing balloon technique; OCT: Optical coherence tomography; BVS: Bioresorbable vascular scaffold)