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Since the introduction of the saphenous vein graft (SVG) for coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) in 19621, the SVG has remained the most commonly used conduit to the non-LAD territories for more than half a century. However, several issues surrounding the use of SVGs, including higher graft occlusion rates and wound complications from the harvesting process, have been identified in clinical practice. As such, significant interest has been dedicated towards developing harvesting techniquesdoi:10.22541/au.163253761.11793598/v1 fatcat:lemz6wzkbvfxtibsj7kvczl4ne