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While some centers think that echocardiography is sufficient for the diagnosis, some others believe that enlarged and tortuous right coronary artery, the collateral arteries originating from the right coronary artery and transfer of the injected contrast material into the pulmonary artery should be demonstrated by injection of contrast material into the aortic root (1).
ST-segment elevation in the right ventricular leads and inferior leads occurred more often during occlusion of the right coronary artery than during occlusion of the circumflex artery.
Coronary angiography demonstrated a massive intravascular thrombus in the saphenous coronary bypass graft to the right coronary artery, which was treated successfully with aspiration-thrombectomy and a protection system against intracoronary thromboembolism (GuardWire[R] System) and 2 stems.
The posterobasal portion of the heart represents the zone of insertion of the ventricles on atrioventricular groove and heart cytoskeleton, and it is surrounded by important structures such as the posterior mitral annulus and leaflet on the inside, and the terminal branches of left circumflex coronary artery, right coronary artery, and coronary sinus on the outside.
5 Judkin's right coronary artery guiding catheter (Boston Scientific, Marlborough, MA), which gave good support throughout the procedure.
At a May 2014 visit to Mayo, a repeat ECHO cardiogram revealed a lack of ischemia in the right coronary artery distribution and improved ventricular wall motion.
The scans all focused on the same part of the right coronary artery (Figure 1).
Further decreases in pulmonary arterial pressure result in reversal of flow, as the left coronary artery drains from the right coronary artery, through collaterals, into the pulmonary artery.
A 67-year-old man underwent triple coronary artery bypass graft surgery (left internal mammary artery to left anterior descending artery, saphenous vein autograft to right coronary artery and saphenous vein autograft to the circumflex artery).
This is caused by his liver over-producing cholesterol, which in turn made his right coronary artery stick to his heart, hardening to the point of causing a heart attack.
The right coronary artery was observed to originate from its normal location and not to be enlarged.
Following a diagnosis of acute thrombotic occlusion of the proximal left anterior descending artery (LAD), with critical lesions identified in the proximal and mid LAD and a chronic total occlusion (CTO) of the proximal right coronary artery (RCA), the patient, a 62-year-old male, received two 2.