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Split coronary artery seen with computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging
  1. M Dewey,
  2. F Teige,
  3. K Stangl

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A 62-year-old man with onset of atypical angina pectoris was referred to our institution to rule out coronary artery disease. He had no cardiovascular risk factors other than smoking and arterial hypertension. Electrocardiogram and stress electrocardiogram were both negative. We …

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