An Unusual Coronary Abnormality

Sahota, H.; Rodko, E. A.
June 1978
Angiology;Jun1978, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p491
Academic Journal
An unusual case of an aberrant coronary artery is described. The aberrant artery arose from the L.A.D. branch and ended in the aorta. It had two aneurysmal dilatations.


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