Filiberti, Allen W.; Mills Jr., Roger M.
September 1984
Angiology;Sep1984, Vol. 35 Issue 9, p604
Academic Journal
A �new� shallow left anterior oblique view of the right coronary artery allows better visualization of the distal vessel in selected patients. This paper describes the angiographic technique; retrospective data suggest that the view is useful in approximately 20% of patients. An illustrative case is presented.


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