Thomas Thompson
University of Manchester
CardiologyPosterior compartment of thighBack painSciaticaLipomaCoronary artery diseaseCardiac surgeryPiriformis syndromeRevascularizationRadicular painStenosisPercutaneous coronary interventionPercutaneousSciatic nerveAortic valve stenosisIntramuscular LipomaConventional PCIMedical emergencyMedicinePandemic
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#1Imthiaz Manoly (University of Manchester)H-Index: 5
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Patients with complex coronary artery disease and severe aortic stenosis unsuitable for conventional cardiac surgery pose a significant treatment challenge. This is especially difficult for patients where percutaneous revascularization is technically very challenging and/or would not offer as complete revascularisation compared to surgical revascularisation. In addition, patients who are unsuitable for transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) pose an additional technical chall...
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#1Imthiaz Manoly (Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 5
#2Ragheb Hasan (Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 12
Last. Douglas G. Fraser (Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)H-Index: 20
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#1Efstathios Drampalos (Manchester Royal Infirmary)H-Index: 2
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Introduction We report on a patient with an unusual cause of non-discogenic sciatica. Material and methods A 48-year-old woman presented with a 10-day history of gradually worsening left buttock pain radiating to the ipsilateral posterior thigh and calf. She had a similar episode of less intense pain 8 months before which lasted about 2 months. She denied any history of antecedent trauma or back pain. MRI scan revealed a welldefined, fat-containing lesion of the left piriformis muscle similar to...
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