Anomalous Origin Of Coronary Artery: Disease Bioinformatics
Coronary Artery Origin Anomaly is when arteries in the heart start in places that are not normal. The arteries can originate directly from the pulmonary trunk and the left and right ventricle. Also, the arteries can have a high takeoff which means they branch off more than one centimeter above the regular location. Coronary Artery Origin Anomalies can form during early infancy or adulthood. Surgery is the common treatment for Coronary Artery Origin Anomalies. With sometimes no symptoms apparent, Coronary Artery Origin Anomalies can lead to sudden deaths.
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