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Delayed presentation of lateral femoral circumflex artery injury post cannulated hip screw surgery - A case report.
Such variant can be denominated as the subtendinous posterior humeral circumflex artery (arteria circumflexa humeri posterior subtendinea), conjoint with the profundocircumflex trunk (truncus profundocircumflexus) to describe all the peculiarities and to avoid any possible misnomers.
The sulcal branch passed to the left in the posterior atrioventricular sulcus and might anastomose with the sulcal branch of the circumflex artery (CX).
Diagnostic coronary angiography was therefore undertaken, which revealed a normal left anterior descending (LAD) artery, but the left circumflex artery (LCA) could not be visualized in its usual location.
Surgical extraction of the lead was planned and preoperative angiography showed aterosclerotic leison in the circumflex artery.
METHODS Continuous 18-lead electrocardiograms, including standard 12-lead, right ventricular, and posterior leads, were recorded in 38 and 50 subjects' undergoing percutaneous coronary interventions in the right coronary artery and the circumflex artery, respectively.
The target lesion was in the left anterior descending artery in 22 patients, in the left circumflex artery in 18, and in the right coronary artery in 23; 24% had a prior percutaneous coronary intervention.
0 millimeter Aria was grafted to a branch of the circumflex artery, while a native saphenous vein was grafted to the right coronary artery to achieve the randomized pair.
Anderson's blockages are on the right and left sides of the heart and in the circumflex artery on the back of the heart.
On the 8[sup]th day after admission, coronary angiography (CAG) was performed to evaluate coronary vasculature, showing mild stenosis in right coronary artery, whereas 50–60% stenosis in left anterior descending artery (LAD) and chronic occlusion of distal left circumflex artery (LCX).
Conclusion: This study shows that patients of acute inferior wall MI undergoing primary percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) who have left circumflex artery as culprit vessel have a poor prognostic outcome as compared to patients having right coronary artery as culprit vessel.
The most common artery involved in atherosclerosis is left anterior descending, followed by left circumflex artery, and least involved is right coronary.