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(PTCA) dilatation of a narrowed coronary artery using a balloon catheter advanced to the heart through a peripheral artery. It is now more commonly referred to as percutaneous coronary intervention to take into account the fact that a coronary stent is nearly always also deployed. See angioplasty.

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