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Unusual dominant course of left circumflex coronary artery with absent right coronary artery
  1. W C Kang,
  2. S H Han,
  3. T H Ahn,
  4. E K Shin

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A single coronary artery is an unusual congenital anomaly where only one coronary artery arises from the aortic trunk by a single coronary ostium, supplying the entire heart. We describe here a rare case with an unusual dominant left circumflex artery and no right coronary artery.

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