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Isolated “superdominant” single coronary artery: a particularly rare coronary anomaly
  1. Marc Hartmann,
  2. Patrick M J Verhorst,
  3. Clemens von Birgelen
  1. c.von.birgelen@ziekenhuis-mst.nl

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Coronary angiography was carried out in a 69-year-old woman with typical angina, diabetes mellitus and hypertension. We were unable to intubate the ostium of the left main coronary artery. Cannulation of the right coronary ostium (in right sinus of Valsalva) showed an isolated “superdominant” coronary artery (panels A–C), which initially followed …

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