A Very Rare Case of anomalous Right Coronary Artery

Authors

  • Tirmale Rakesh
  • Humane Josna
  • JayashreeVenkatesan
  • Humane Dhammdeep
  • Rane Sandip
  • Shah Bhaskar
  • Desai Darshana

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v12i3.16119

Keywords:

anomalous; congenital; percutaneous coronary intervention; right coronary artery,

Abstract

Congenital coronary anomaly is rare occurrence, and is found in very meagre population undergoing coronary
angiography. The individual may not show any specific symptoms during electrocardiography and finding
of anomaly is usually incidental during coronary angiography. No specific evidence based management
or guideline is available for patients with coronary anomaly. We present one such case of a 65-year-old
male patient presented with chest pain and had anomalous right coronary artery arising from Left coronary
system.

Author Biographies

Tirmale Rakesh

Consultant Cardiologist, Mumbai Heart Clinic, Pestomsagar, Chembur, Mumbai

Humane Josna

Consultant Anaesthesist, Apollo Hospital, Nerul

JayashreeVenkatesan

Consultant Anaesthesist, Apollo Hospital, Nerul

Humane Dhammdeep

Consultant Cardiologist, Mumbai Heart Clinic, Pestomsagar, Chembur, Mumbai,

Rane Sandip

Chief Medical Director, Mumbai Heart Clinic, Pestomsagar, Chembur, Mumbai

Shah Bhaskar

Consultant Cardiologist, Mumbai Heart Clinic, Pestomsagar, Chembur, Mumbai,

Desai Darshana

Quality Executive

Published

2021-06-03

How to Cite

Tirmale Rakesh, Humane Josna, JayashreeVenkatesan, Humane Dhammdeep, Rane Sandip, Shah Bhaskar, & Desai Darshana. (2021). A Very Rare Case of anomalous Right Coronary Artery. Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 12(3), 514-517. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijphrd.v12i3.16119

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