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¿Qué vasos sanguíneos se usan comúnmente como injerto para un bypass cardíaco?

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MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Para los injertos, se suelen utilizar diferentes vasos sanguíneos. La arteria torácica interna del tórax, también conocida como arteria mamaria interna, o las venas safenas de las piernas. Para el injerto con la arteria torácica interna, el cirujano dejará el extremo superior unido a la arteria subclavia y desviará el extremo inferior de la pared torácica a la arteria coronaria, justo después de la obstrucción. A continuación, el cirujano coserá el injerto en su lugar. Para el injerto con la vena safena, el cirujano suturará un extremo a la aorta y el otro extremo a la arteria estenosada, justo después de la obstrucción.

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