A bifurcation coronary lesion is a lesion occurring at, or adjacent to, a significant division of a major epicardial coronary artery. These lesions remain complex for the interventionist.


During the last 12 months, several important trials have reported with the emphasis that “simpler is better”.


This paper covers the consensus from the 5th European Bifurcation Club meeting in Berlin, October 2009.


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