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Clinical and research medicine: Coronary heart disease
e0403 The diagnosis of coronary artery origin anomalies with dual-source CT and its clinical significance
  1. Li Dongye,
  2. Zhang Yonggeng,
  3. Xu Kai,
  4. Long Bin,
  5. Xie Lixiang,
  6. Xia Yong,
  7. Zhang Yanbin
  1. The Affiliated Hospital of Xuzhou Medical College

Abstract

Purpose To investigate the clinical value of dual-source computer tomography (DSCT) in detecting anomalous origin of coronary artery for adult patients.

Materials and methods A retrospective evaluation to identify 3903 patients who underwent DSCT coronary angiography from Jan 2009 to Jan 2010.

Results All images were considered to be suitable for evaluation. Forty-two of 3903 patients were detected to have coronary atrery origin anomaly. The incidence is 1.08%. They include 26 cases with an anomalous origin of right coronary artery (0.67%), 13 cases with an anomalous origin of left coronary artery (0.33%), 3 cases with single coronary artrey (0.08%).

Conclusion DSCT coronary angiography that provide accurate depiction of anomalous coronary origin and course along with the complex anatomical relation with the adjacent structures can be considered as a first-line imaging method for delineating coronary arterial anomalies.

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