ANATOMICAL VARIATION IN BRANCHING PATTERN AND DOMINANCE IN CORONARY ARTERIES: A CADAVERIC STUDY

@inproceedings{Ravi2017ANATOMICALVI,
  title={ANATOMICAL VARIATION IN BRANCHING PATTERN AND DOMINANCE IN CORONARY ARTERIES: A CADAVERIC STUDY},
  author={Vandana Ravi and S. Tejesh},
  year={2017}
}
Address for Correspondence: Dr Vandana Ravi, Assistant Professor, Raichur Institute of Medial Sciences, Raichur, Karnataka. E-Mail: drvandanar@gmail.com Background : The human heart is supplied by two right and left coronary arteries which arise from ascending aorta. Left coronary artery is wider in diameter and its branches supplies greater volume of myocardium & larger part of interventricular septum. Right coronary artery supplies right atrium and right ventricle. Detailed appreciation of… CONTINUE READING

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