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Right coronary artery embolism from a thrombus of the ascending aorta
  1. N Amabile,
  2. J Quilici,
  3. J-L Bonnet,
  4. G Habib

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A 52 year old man was admitted for acute inferior myocardial infarction evolving for two hours. He was a mild active smoker, and had no history of heart disease. Coronary angiography revealed occlusions of both the posterior interventricular and retroventricular branches of the right coronary artery (RCA) (panel A). Because of the angiographic …

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