Single coronary artery with transeptal anterior interventricular artery: a rare anatomical feature.

@article{Reig1988SingleCA,
  title={Single coronary artery with transeptal anterior interventricular artery: a rare anatomical feature.},
  author={J Sanz Reig and Carmen Jim{\'e}nez and Angel Rodriguez Jornet and C Ruiz de Miguel and M{\`a}rius Petit},
  journal={Acta morphologica Neerlando-Scandinavica},
  year={1988},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={239-48}
}
A case of a single coronary artery is described in a 50-year-old male, who died of asphyxia. The artery originated in the right aortic sinus and from it another artery emerged which crossed the crista supraventricularis and the interventricular septum and returned to occupy a subepicardial position in the lower half of the anterior interventricular sulcus. This partially intramyocardial artery was considered as the anterior interventricular artery. A literature survey showed only five cases… CONTINUE READING

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