left coronary artery

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Noun1.left coronary artery - arises from the left aortic sinusleft coronary artery - arises from the left aortic sinus; supplies the left side of the heart
arteria coronaria, coronary artery - the artery that branches from the aorta to supply blood to the heart
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Repair of anomalous left main coronary artery arising from the pulmonary artery in infants: Long-term impact on the mitral valve.
Axial CT showing the Origin of Left Main Coronary Artery, the Reference Point taken for the Measurement of Pericardial Fat Volume
The anomalous RCA originating from the left sinus was categorized into 4 types by Kragel and Roberts, which are as follows: RCA arises (i) from within the left sinus, (ii) from above the left sinus, (iii) directly above the commissure between the left and right cusps and (iv) from a common ostium with the left main coronary artery.
Clinical efficacy and follow up of drug eluting stent treatment for 120 unprotected left main coronary artery lesions.
Caption: Figure 2: (a) Coronary angiography from the day after admission with only a possible spasm in the left main coronary artery (LMCA) and no spasms in the left anterior descending or circumflex (CX) coronary artery (b) Third coronary angiography performed 6 days after admission showing LMCA and ostial CX stenosis.
Spontaneous dissection of the left main coronary artery treated with percutaneous coronary stenting.
Circumferential intimal tear in type A aortic dissection with intimo-intimal intussusception into left ventricle and left main coronary artery occlusion.
Left main coronary artery aneurysm in association with severe atherosclerosis: a case report and review of the literature.
Under the [ATP III] guideline, 59% of the patients with 50% or greater stenosis of the left main coronary artery and 40% of patients with 50% or greater stenosis of other branches would not have been treated [with statins].
The fistula may also originate from the left main coronary artery or from a diagonal or a marginal branch.
The CTA showed a short LAD ending high in the AIVS, arising from the left main coronary artery.