We present a clinical case of the combined subclavian-coronary steal syndrome, subclavian-cerebral steal syndrome and vasorenal hypertension which is rare and poorly known. It is important to remember about such
combination of syndromes in patients with angina pectoris after left mammarian-coronary bypass grafting, especially if combined with neurological symptoms and vasorenal hypertension. In such cases it is important to
additionally perform angiography of subclavian artery. Simultaneous stenting of the coronary, subclavian and renal arteries is an effective and safe method for treatment of such patients.