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Figure 13: Transplant vasculopathy. (A) Angiogram showing three focal stenoses in LAD. (B–G) and (H–M) show corresponding OCT and IVUS cross sectional images of mid to ostio-proximal LAD. OCT frames (B), (C), (D) and (F) show layered fibrous plaque (the dark appearance of the plaque results from immature fibrous tissue) and (D), (E) and (G) intimal thickening. Corresponding IVUS images show predominantly fibrous tissue morphology in (H), (I) and (K) and intimal thickening in (J), (L) and (M). Balloon dilatation induced dissection is shown at 3 O’clock position in (F). Longitudinal OCT and IVUS views are shown in (N) and (O) respectively. Red lines on CAG indicate the proximal and distal limits of IVUS and OCT imaging

Figure 13: Transplant vasculopathy. (A) Angiogram showing three focal stenoses in LAD. (B–G) and (H–M) show corresponding OCT and IVUS cross sectional images of mid to ostio-proximal LAD. OCT frames (B), (C), (D) and (F) show layered fibrous plaque (the dark appearance of the plaque results from immature fibrous tissue) and (D), (E) and (G) intimal thickening. Corresponding IVUS images show predominantly fibrous tissue morphology in (H), (I) and (K) and intimal thickening in (J), (L) and (M). Balloon dilatation induced dissection is shown at 3 O’clock position in (F). Longitudinal OCT and IVUS views are shown in (N) and (O) respectively. Red lines on CAG indicate the proximal and distal limits of IVUS and OCT imaging