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01 September 2021: Articles

A Coronary Artery Anomaly Presenting as Acute Coronary Syndrome: A Case Report

Challenging differential diagnosis, Congenital defects / diseases

Mariana S. de A. Chaud A , Camila A. Agostinho A , Felipe L. Malafaia A , Márcio C. Sampaio B , Paulo Chaccur A , Pedro Gabriel Melo de Barros e Silva C , Expedito E. Ribeiro A , José Carlos Teixeira Garcia C , Valter Furlan C , Henrique B. Ribeiro A*

DOI: 10.12659/AJCR.931561

Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931561

Table 2. Literature review of coronary artery origin anomalies, management, and outcomes.

ReferenceYearFollow-up, yPatients (n)CourseSurgery procedureOutcomes
TotalARCAALCAIMEMUnroofingReimplantationCABGSurvival, %Complication rate, %Symptoms after surgery, %
Turner et al []27 20112.453401346746621009.418.6
Fabozzo et al []28 20160.372522064864801000.0332.7
Nees et al []29 20181.660303056456401006838
Mainwaring et al []30 20165.71157637862786270100 0.02
Reul et al []23 20020.087070071000.1
Krasuski et al []31 20115.128208352082.1
Cohen et al []22 19891.13120031000.30
Khouzam et al []16 20030.51010100110000
ALCA – anomalous left coronary artery; ARCA – anomalous right coronary artery; CABG – coronary artery bypass grafting; EM – extramural; IM – intramural.
* Data not reported.

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