Coronary artery CT (normal)

Case contributed by Dr Sarah Kalus


Chest pain on exertion. Smoker. Mother had a myocardial infarction and coronary artery bypass grafting at 47 years of age.

Patient Data

Age: 50 years
Gender: Female

Coronary Angiography

Origins: Normal

Dominance: Right

Left Main Coronary Artery (LMCA): Normal.

Left Anterior Descending (LAD): Normal.

1st diagonal branch (D1), D2 - Normal.

Circumflex artery (Cx): Normal.

1st obtuse marginal branch (OM1), OM2 - Normal.

Intermediate artery (Ix): Small, normal.

Right Coronary Artery (RCA): Normal.

Posterior descending artery (PDA) - Normal.

Posterior left ventricular branch (PLV) - Normal.

Cardiovascular Findings:

Single right sided SVC. Normal pulmonary venous connections. Pericardium and pericardial space appears unremarkable. No valvular calcification. No other structural cardiac abnormalities identified.


No evidence of coronary atherosclerosis. Normal coronary arteries.

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Case information

rID: 46015
Published: 17th Jun 2016
Last edited: 14th Aug 2019
System: Cardiac
Inclusion in quiz mode: Excluded

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