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Mayr A, Mueller L, Kaufmann M, Metzler B
Case Report: “High Take-Off” of the Left and Right Coronary Artery
Journal für Kardiologie - Austrian Journal of Cardiology 2013; 20 (7-8): 216

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Aktuelles Bild - Abb. 1A-D: Coronary artery
Abbildung 1A-D: Coronary artery
Sagittal CT image showing the origin of the RCA (black arrowhead) from the anterior-superior aspect of the ascending aorta, 4.7 cm above the sinotubular junction. (B): Coronal images showing the origin of the LCA (black arrow) originated from the left-lateral surface of the dilated tubular ascending aorta, 3.9 cm above its usual location. (C): Right lateral view of a Volume Rendered (VR) image showing the high take-off of the RCA (black arrowhead) and the LCA (white arrowhead). (D): Intraoperative situs showing the unusal origin of the RCA (black arrowhead).
 
Coronary artery
Abbildung 1A-D: Coronary artery
Sagittal CT image showing the origin of the RCA (black arrowhead) from the anterior-superior aspect of the ascending aorta, 4.7 cm above the sinotubular junction. (B): Coronal images showing the origin of the LCA (black arrow) originated from the left-lateral surface of the dilated tubular ascending aorta, 3.9 cm above its usual location. (C): Right lateral view of a Volume Rendered (VR) image showing the high take-off of the RCA (black arrowhead) and the LCA (white arrowhead). (D): Intraoperative situs showing the unusal origin of the RCA (black arrowhead).
 
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