Рентгенология & Радиология, 2019, LVIII 56-59

Single coronary artery and left ventricle non compaction

  1. Dimitrov, V. Groudeva

Abstract.

Coronary anomalies are often detected during diagnostic angiographies mainly as incidental findings, frequently with benign prognosis. Single coronary artery, supplying the whole myocardium is a rare anomaly (0,024% out of the total population) and, according to Lipton et al. in 40% could be combined with other cardiac anomalies [2]. A clinical case of a 44 years old male with atrium fibrillation is presented. Ultrasound detected atriomegaly and left ventricle non compaction proven by computed tomography. Computer tomography coronarography finds a single coronary artery arising from the right coronary sinus – R-III-A according Lipton classification. Cardiac computed tomography reveals precisely the morphology of the anomaly.

Key words: SINGLE CORONARY ARTERY. CORONARY ANOMALY. LEFT VENTRICLE NON COMPACTION. ATRIUM FIBRILLATIO