Fistulous communication of coronary with pulmonary arteriesin the adults is a common type of coronary artery fistula(CAF)1–3. In most reported cases, the fistula usually arisesfrom the proximal left and/or right coronary arteries via theanterior conal branches that connect to the anterior wall ofthe main pulmonary artery. These anteriorly located abnormalcommunications are usually asymptomatic and are incidentallyfound during an angiography of the coronary arteries in0.2–0.3% of the exams4.
|Numero di pagine||3|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|