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Coronary venous anomaly is a less studied and rarely encountered subject in contrast to the coronary arterial system. In this article, we present 2 cases of anomalous great cardiac veins that drain into the left atrium individually.
Coronary venous anatomy is little studied, and an abnormal coronary vein drainage is a rarely reported entity. Few cases about abnormal drainage of the great cardiac vein into the superior vena cava have been reported in literature. Herein we present a case of anomalous small cardiac vein draining into superior vena cava.
BACKGROUND Behçet's disease is a chronic inflammatory disease involving multiple systems, with vasculitis being the most important pathological feature. Multiple colon perforations are thought to be secondary to vasculitis and they occur in patients with ulcers. These may be encountered within the entire colon but most commonly in the ileocecal region.… (More)