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What are the different coronary arteries?

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Coronary Artery Disease with Subsequent Heart Attack. Clear depiction  showing blocked coronary arteries, including

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Coronary artery ectasia

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Coronary arteries (labeled in red text) and other major landmarks (in blue  text). Left circumflex artery is labeled at right.

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Coronary Arteries – Anatomy

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What are the Symptoms of a Blocked Circumflex Artery?

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What is coronary artery disease?

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... anterior descending artery, which supplies blood to the front of the  left side of the heart, and the circumflex artery which supplies blood to  the left ...

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Heart Blockage – Explained With Pictures

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Coronary angiography. There was no significant stenosis in left coronary  arteries. Right coronary artery

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Left coronary artery• ...

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Coronary Arteries

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Coronary angiography , left coronary angiography , Left Circumflex coronary  artery stenosis

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In the second patient, the Cx originated from the separated ostium in the  right aortic sinus and the stenosis was located in the mid-aortic segment  (Figure ...

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Coronary Artery Disease with Blockage Sites

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Heart without Blockages

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Coronary Arteries

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This photo shows a blockage in the coronary artery and in the circumflex  artery.

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Figure 1: The ECG shows atrial fibrillation, right bundle branch block and  a pattern of circumflex artery occlusion: ST, measured at 60 m sec from j  point, ...

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Dramatically depicts the heart and coronary arteries with potential plaque  blockage sites. Labels for superior

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Base and diaphragmatic surface of heart. (Circumflex branch not visible,  but would be near the coronary sinus.)

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... (left anterior descending and the circumflex artery) are as bad as the “ left main” seriously narrowed, we call that a left main equivalent, ...

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Selective coronary angiography revealed a normally arising left anterior  descending artery (LAD) from the left aortic sinus that was free of  disease; ...

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A : coronary angiography shows moderate stenosis of the left main trunk  (ar- rowhead) and severe stenosis in the origin of the left anterior  descending ...

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Severe Heart Blockage

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Coronary artery stenosis on angiography

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... right coronary artery (RCA) with good collateral flow from the left  anterior descending artery (LAD). (B) Significant stenosis of the left  circumflex ...

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left main coronary artery

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(A) The anomalous left main artery originated from the proximal RCA.  Stenoses were demonstrated in the proximal left circumflex artery at the  level of the ...

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A: left coronary angiography showed chronic total occlusion

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The LAD Artery

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Figure 1: Coronary angiography showing stenosis of the right coronary artery  (A) and

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A diagnostic coronary angiogram revealed critical stenosis in the ostium of  left anterior descending artery. The ostium of left circumflex artery and  distal ...

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Figure 1c. Figure 1c Cineangiographic frame of left coronary artery ...

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RCA collateral supply from the left circumflex artery. A) Angiogram of the  right coronary artery (RCA) depicting an ostial atherosclerotic stenosis  (arrow).

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Blockage of any of these or its branches result in heart attack (myocardial  infarction). A block in one of the three major arteries create a major  (massive) ...

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Left coronary angiogram showing an anomalous coronary origin of the left  anterior descending and left circumflex

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A cardiac CT angiogram (CCTA) was performed to assess for coronary artery  disease. This was performed on a 320-detector CT (Toshiba Aquillion One  Vision, ...

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Figure 2. The arterial supply of the conduction system. As seen, the  sinoatrial

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Lantheus Presents New Data on the Effectiveness of Novel PET Cardiac  Imaging Agent Flurpiridaz F 18 in Obese Patients with Suspected Heart  Disease at ACC ...

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Figure 1: Left coronary angiogram showing stenotic left anterior descending coronary  artery with first diagonal.

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Figure 2: Coronary angiogram shows a total occlusion of the left circunflex coronary  artery (Cx) (red arrow); AD: Anterior Descending Coronary Artery; ...

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Coronary angiogram: (A) Narrowing of the left main coronary artery (red  arrow), and long narrowing stenosis of mid left anterior descending artery  (yellow ...

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coronary atherosclerosis | Atherosclerotic Coronary Artery Disease

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What are the different coronary arteries? Coronary Artery Disease with Subsequent Heart Attack. Clear depiction showing blocked coronary arteries, including Coronary artery ectasia Coronary arteries (labeled in red text) and other major landmarks (in blue text). Left circumflex artery is labeled at right. Coronary Arteries – Anatomy What are the Symptoms of a Blocked Circumflex Artery? What is coronary artery disease? ... anterior descending artery, which supplies blood to the front of the left side of the heart, and the circumflex artery which supplies blood to the left ... Heart Blockage – Explained With Pictures Coronary angiography. There was no significant stenosis in left coronary arteries. Right coronary artery Left coronary artery• ... Coronary Arteries Coronary angiography , left coronary angiography , Left Circumflex coronary artery stenosis In the second patient, the Cx originated from the separated ostium in the right aortic sinus and the stenosis was located in the mid-aortic segment (Figure ... Coronary Artery Disease with Blockage Sites Heart without Blockages Coronary Arteries This photo shows a blockage in the coronary artery and in the circumflex artery. Download figure ... Figure 1: The ECG shows atrial fibrillation, right bundle branch block and a pattern of circumflex artery occlusion: ST, measured at 60 m sec from j point, ... Dramatically depicts the heart and coronary arteries with potential plaque blockage sites. Labels for superior Base and diaphragmatic surface of heart. (Circumflex branch not visible, but would be near the coronary sinus.) ... (left anterior descending and the circumflex artery) are as bad as the “ left main” seriously narrowed, we call that a left main equivalent, ... Selective coronary angiography revealed a normally arising left anterior descending artery (LAD) from the left aortic sinus that was free of disease; ... A : coronary angiography shows moderate stenosis of the left main trunk (ar- rowhead) and severe stenosis in the origin of the left anterior descending ... Severe Heart Blockage Coronary artery stenosis on angiography Sign in to download full-size image ... right coronary artery (RCA) with good collateral flow from the left anterior descending artery (LAD). (B) Significant stenosis of the left circumflex ... left main coronary artery (A) The anomalous left main artery originated from the proximal RCA. Stenoses were demonstrated in the proximal left circumflex artery at the level of the ... A: left coronary angiography showed chronic total occlusion The LAD Artery Figure 1: Coronary angiography showing stenosis of the right coronary artery (A) and A diagnostic coronary angiogram revealed critical stenosis in the ostium of left anterior descending artery. The ostium of left circumflex artery and distal ... Figure 1c. Figure 1c Cineangiographic frame of left coronary artery ... RCA collateral supply from the left circumflex artery. A) Angiogram of the right coronary artery (RCA) depicting an ostial atherosclerotic stenosis (arrow). Blockage of any of these or its branches result in heart attack (myocardial infarction). A block in one of the three major arteries create a major (massive) ... Left coronary angiogram showing an anomalous coronary origin of the left anterior descending and left circumflex A cardiac CT angiogram (CCTA) was performed to assess for coronary artery disease. This was performed on a 320-detector CT (Toshiba Aquillion One Vision, ... cablocked.gif Figure 2. The arterial supply of the conduction system. As seen, the sinoatrial Lantheus Presents New Data on the Effectiveness of Novel PET Cardiac Imaging Agent Flurpiridaz F 18 in Obese Patients with Suspected Heart Disease at ACC ... Figure 1: Left coronary angiogram showing stenotic left anterior descending coronary artery with first diagonal. Figure 2: Coronary angiogram shows a total occlusion of the left circunflex coronary artery (Cx) (red arrow); AD: Anterior Descending Coronary Artery; ... Coronary angiogram: (A) Narrowing of the left main coronary artery (red arrow), and long narrowing stenosis of mid left anterior descending artery (yellow ... coronary atherosclerosis | Atherosclerotic Coronary Artery Disease Sign in to download full-size image