Mercedes-Benz Lesion

A term referring to the angiographic appearance of the more common (Duke class D) bifurcation lesions of the coronary arteries, which involve both a parent vessel and contiguous branches, and are thus also known as trifurcation lesions—e.g., that involving the left anterior descending artery and the origin of a diagonal
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