Coronary sinus diverticulum as a cause of resistant posteroseptal pathway ablation.

Abstract

Coronary sinus (CS) anomalies such as diverticulum, persistent left superior vena cava or CS ostium dilatation are predominantly found in patients with accessory pathway-related tachycardias. Diverticulum of the proximal CS found in 7-11% of patients with postero-septal or left posterior manifests accessory pathways. We reported a 28 year old gentleman with… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jsha.2010.07.009

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@article{Fagih2011CoronarySD, title={Coronary sinus diverticulum as a cause of resistant posteroseptal pathway ablation.}, author={Ahmed R. Al Fagih and G Al Zahrani and Yahya S. Al Hebaishi and Khaled G Dagriri and Saleh Ahmed Al Ghamdi}, journal={Journal of the Saudi Heart Association}, year={2011}, volume={23 1}, pages={41-4} }