Interventional operators generally expect complications when the coronary anatomy is tortuous; however, it is normal anatomy with what appear angiographically as 'regular' lesions that can cause great difficulty and additional morbidity. Drs Colombo's and Stankovic's team of first-rate, globally-recognized interventional cardiologists offer advice

1. Prevention and Treatment of Procedural Complications  2. Coronary Guidewires  3. Treatment of Unprotected Left Main Stenosis  4. Bifurcation Lesion Stenting  5. Chronic Total Occlusions  6. Long Lesions and Diffuse Disease  7. Calcified and Undilatable Lesions  8. Management of Coronary Thrombotic Lesions   9. Tips and Tricks in Acute Myocardial Infarction  10. Saphenous Vein Grafts and Arterial Conduits  11. Approach to Intermediate Lesions  12. Approach to Patients with Impaired Renal Function  13. Drug Eluting Stent Restenosis John  14. Intravascular Ultrasound in the Drug-Eluting Stent Era  15. MRI of Ischemic Heart Disease: Perfusion, Viability, and Coronary Artery Imaging  16. Endovascular Carotid Interventions  17. Transseptal Puncture  18. Patent Foramen Ovale, Cryptogenic Stroke, and Migraine Headaches Version for Annals of IM  19. Device Closure of Secundum Atrial Septal Defects  20. Catheter Therapy of Coarctation of the Aorta Francisco  21. Renal Artery Stenting  22. Endovascular Repair of Abdominal and Thoracic Aneurysms