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Coronary angioplasty for in-stent restenosis in patient with anomalous single coronary artery arising from right sinus valsalva

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ABSTRACT

Single coronary artery is a coincidental finding during coronary angiography or at autopsy. Although it is a rare condition and most of time has an asymptomatic clinic; prognosis varies. We would like to report a case about percutaneous coronary intervention in a patient who has anomalous single coronary artery arising from right sinus valsalva.

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Açar, G. , Fidan, S. , İzci, S. and Alizade, E. (2013) Coronary angioplasty for in-stent restenosis in patient with anomalous single coronary artery arising from right sinus valsalva. Open Journal of Internal Medicine, 3, 73-75. doi: 10.4236/ojim.2013.32019.

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