Single coronary artery anomaly: a report of three cases.


We presented three cases of anomalous single coronary artery detected incidentally during routine coronary angiography. The presenting symptoms were chest pain, angina pectoris, and exertional chest pain, respectively. In one case (male, 69 years), the single coronary artery gave off branches to the left anterior descending artery, left circumflex (LCx… (More)


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