PMID: 477444Oct 1, 1979Paper

Intracoronary anastomosis in the absence of obstructive lesions of the coronary arteries

Chest
B H WeinerJ F Lingley

Abstract

The patient had collateral flow from the right coronary to left circumflex coronary artery in the absence of proximal obstructive disease. This supports the hypothesis that the intercoronary collaterals seen in coronary atherosclerotic disease are present in the normal heart.

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Sep 1, 1991·Catheterization and Cardiovascular Diagnosis·H PanayiotouJ W Norris
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