THE STUDY OF ORIGIN, COURSE, BRANCHING PATTERN, DISTRIBUTION AND CLINICAL CORRELATION OF LEFT CORONARY ARTERY
Author(s): Santhoshkumar N and More Anju Balaji
The demand for diagnosis and management of coronary artery disease is on a rise in developing world. Coronary artery diseases like ischaemia and thrombosis have become more frequent even in younger age group. There is also an increased demand for surgical intervention in congenital, inflammatory, metabolic and degenerative diseases of coronary. In the present study, Left coronary artery (LCA) was always a single branch from left posterior aortic sinus. Branching pattern of LCA was bivalent in 70%, trivalent in 26% and quadrivalent in 2% of specimen. Posterior descending artery aroused from
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