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Corkscrew appearance in the right coronary artery in a patient with Buerger’s disease
  1. A Tamura,
  2. N Aso,
  3. J Kadota

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A 44 year old man with suspected coronary artery disease was admitted to our hospital. He had been diagnosed with Buerger’s disease, and both his legs had been amputated at the age of 30. Although the patient had no coronary risk factors except cigarette smoking and no history …

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