Items tagged “coronary”

9 results found
Case

Renal osteodystrophy

Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Hani Al Salam
Published 09 Jul 2010
70% complete
CT
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Familial hyperlipidemia with premature coronary artery disease

atherosclerotic c...
Diagnosis certain
Dr Hani Al Salam
Published 18 Jul 2010
83% complete
CT
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Left main coronary artery

The left main coronary artery (LMCA) or left coronary artery (LCA) is one of the two main arteries that supply the heart with oxygenated blood. Gross anatomy Origin It is a branch of the ascending aorta, with its normal origin in the left aortic sinus, just superior to the aortic valve 1-2. ...
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Ramus intermedius artery

The ramus intermedius is a variant coronary artery resulting from trifurcation of the left main coronary artery 1. It is present in ~20% (range 15-30%) 2-3 of the population. It can have a course similar to the obtuse marginal branches of the left circumflex artery or the diagonal branches of t...
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Anomalous left main coronary arterial origin

Labelled and colo...
Diagnosis certain
Dr Rajani Sharath
Published 28 Nov 2013
95% complete
CT
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Left-dominant coronary circulation

The images show t...
Diagnosis certain
Dr Matt A. Morgan
Published 28 Oct 2014
83% complete
CT
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Coronary MR angiography

Coronary MR angiography (coronary MRA) is a developing approach to imaging the coronary arteries. Advantages of coronary MRA include avoidance of the intravenous iodinated contrast and ionizing radiation used in coronary CT angiography and conventional angiography. A disadvantage of coronary M...
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Coronary veins

The coronary veins return blood from the myocardium back to the right atrium. Coronary venous anatomy is highly variable, but is generally comprised of: coronary sinus cardiac veins (drain into the coronary sinus) great cardiac vein (adjacent to the left anterior descending artery) left post...
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Coronary sinus

The coronary sinus is the major coronary vein. It returns the majority of the left ventricular blood flow to the right atrium. Gross anatomy The coronary sinus courses along the posterior wall of the left atrium into the left atrioventricular groove. It normally drains into the right atrium. T...

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