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Netherlands Heart Journal 2/2016

An anomalous left coronary artery with a malignant course: coronary angiography and myocardial perfusion imaging with computed tomography

Netherlands Heart Journal > Uitgave 2/2016
M. A. de Graaf, A. R. van Rosendael, L. J. Kroft, H. W. Vliegen, M. G. Hazekamp, J. J. Bax, A. J. Scholte
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Video 1. CT coronary anatomy − 3D-volume rendering 3D-volume rendered CT coronary angiography demonstrating the aberrant left coronary artery origination from the right coronary sinus. (AVI 59,140 kb)
Video 2. CTA coronary anatomy - axial cross-section Image run through the axial CTA images from cranial to caudal demonstrating the coronary anatomy in relation to the other myocardial structures. The left coronary artery originates from the right coronary sinus and has an acute angle and a ‘slitlike’ ostium. (AVI 67,589 kb)
Video 3. CT stress myocardial perfusion imaging - short axis Double-oblique short axis reconstruction of the stress myocardial perfusion dataset from basal to apical level. A sub-endocardial myocardial perfusion defect is observed in the (antero)lateral wall. Hypo-enhancement in the inferoseptal region was interpreted as artefact. (AVI 76,805 kb)
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