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The purpose of this study was to compare RCA and LCX related acute inferior wall MI in terms of prognostic outcome in patients undergoing primary PCI.
The comparative analysis of the two-vessel disease objectified the frequent association of lesions in LDA and LCX arteries (47.
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LCX, leukemia-associated protein with CXXC domain, is fused to MLL in acute myeloid leukemia with trilineage dysplasia having t(10;11)(q22;q23).
The left main artery normally arises from the posteriorly positioned left sinus of Valsalva and bifurcates into the LAD and LCX (Figure 1) after a variable length of 2 to 40 mm.
The LAD and LCX had thrombolysis in myocardial infarction (TIMI) 3 flow, while the posterior descending branch and posterior lateral branch of the RCA had TIMI 1 flow.
The report included description of all the three vessels (LAD, LCX, RCA) and major branches with the extent of luminal narrowing expressed in percentages.
In inconsistent group there were more LCX lesions distal lesions ostial lesions and tortuous lesions than those in consistent group (P less than 0.
The second most common coronary anomaly in our study was separate ostia of LAD and LCX in the absence of LMCA (19.
5 for the mid-segment LAD and LCX; 1 for the distal segment of LAD and LCX, first diagonal branch, first obtuse marginal branch, right coronary artery, posterior descending artery, and intermediate artery; and 0.
Results: True bifurcation lesions of the unprotected LMCA were classified into four types: Type A, with continuous involvement from the distal LMCA to the ostial LAD and the ostial LCX with eccentric plaques; Type B, with concentric plaques at the distal LMCA, eccentric plaques at the ostial LAD, and no plaques at the LCX; Type C, with continuous involvement from the distal LMCA to the ostial LCX, with eccentric plaques, and to the ostial LAD, with eccentric plaques; and Type D, with continuous involvement from the distal LMCA to the ostial LAD, with eccentric plaques, and to the ostial LCX, with concentric plaques.