Anomalous Right Coronary Artery With Malignant Course

Ahmad Hasan, Fahar Adnan, Shahzad Shoukat, Umer Aftab, Muhammad Waqas, Muhammad Iqbal

Abstract


Anomalous right coronary artery origin from contralateral sinus is a rare but lethal variant that may mimic like acute coronary syndrome and is a potential cause of sudden cardiac death. This needs early diagnosis with prompt treatment which may be conservative or interventional depending upon the exact anatomy and route of the vessel. Here we present a unique case of combination of anomalous right coronary artery origin from opposite sinus causing ischemia, with left ventricle (LV) non-compaction ending in non-hemorrhagic stroke.




J Med Cases. 2018;9(11):375-378
doi: https://doi.org/10.14740/jmc3183


Keywords


Anomalous coronary artery; Inter-arterial course; Computed angiography

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