Right coronary artery occlusion after acute proximal dissection (hematoma).


A known hypertensive presented to the hospital with sudden onset of chest pain and shock. ECG, cardiac enzymes, aortogram and echocardiogram were normal. Hemodynamic monitoring and radionucleotide angiogram demonstrated a severely dyskinetic right ventricle. Autopsy revealed proximal aortic dissection with extramural compression of right coronary artery… (More)


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