Anomalous Right Coronary Artery with LV Non-compaction having Malignant Course, A Rare but Lethal Combination


Anomalous Right Coronary Artery with LV Non-compaction having Malignant Course, A Rare but Lethal Combination


Ahmad Hasan1, Fahar Adnan2, Shahzad Shoukat1, Umer Aftab1, Muhammad Waqas1, Muhammad Iqbal1

1Allama Iqbal Medical College/Jinnah Hospital, (Allama Shabbir Usmani road, Faisal town) Lahore, Pakistan.
2Senior Registrar Department of Cardiology, multan Institute of Cardiology, Multan


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Anomalous Right coronary Artery origin from contralateral sinus is a rare but lethal variant that may mimic like acute coronary syndrome and is a potential cause of sudden cardiac death. This needs early diagnosis with prompt treatment which may be conservative or interventional depending upon the clinical presentation, exact anatomy and route of the vessel. Here we present a unique case of combination of anomalous right coronary artery origin from opposite sinus causing ischemia, with LV non-compaction ending in non-hemorrhagic stroke.


Keywords: Anomalous coronary artery, inter-arterial course, computed angiography.


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Ahmad Hasan, Fahar Adnan, Shahzad Shoukat, Umer Aftab, Muhammad Waqas, Muhammad Iqbal.Anomalous Right Coronary Artery with LV Non-compaction having Malignant Course, A Rare but Lethal Combination. International Journal of Case Reports, 2018 3:41. DOI:10.28933/ijcr-2018-10-1001


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