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An anomalous right coronary artery shown by multislice CT coronary angiography
  1. D R Coles,
  2. P Wilde,
  3. A Baumbach

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A 78 year old woman presented to hospital with chest pain and anterior T wave changes. She was started on clexane, intravenous (iv) nitrate, and iv tirofiban, and transferred for inpatient cardiac catheterisation. The proximal left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery showed a subtotal lesion, however the right coronary artery (RCA) could not be cannulated by an experienced operator. The aortogram showed flow into …

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