PMID: 7285107Jan 1, 1981Paper

Coronary artery dissection secondary to coronary arteriography: presentation of three cases and review of the literature

Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis
A P MoriseW D Gundel


Three cases of coronary artery dissection secondary to coronary arteriography are presented. Two of these include autopsy material demonstrating medial degeneration in the coronary arteries, which may have predisposed these arteries to dissect. The literature on catheter-induced coronary artery dissection is reviewed and an analysis is presented.


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