- •A single coronary artery with a high take-off from an innominate artery is extremely rare.
- •Isolated lesions or associated with other congenital heart diseases.
- •It may be associated with ischemia, myocardial infarction, syncope, or sudden cardiac death.
- •Cardiac surgeons must know anatomic abnormalities in the coronary arteries to avoid ligating, clamping, or cutting them.
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Published online: May 18, 2023
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