Letter to the Editor| Volume 106, ISSUE 2, P276-278, January 13, 2006

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Giant single coronary system with coronary cameral fistula diagnosed on MSCT


      Anomalous single coronary artery with coronary fistula is a rare finding. This is a case report of an unusual single coronary artery arising from left coronary sinus and terminating into right ventricle through a coronary cameral fistula to form a left to right shunt. This case report also illustrates how well the non-invasive CT coronary angiography with a 16-slice CT scanner characterizes the anatomy of anomalous coronary artery with a coronary cameral fistula.


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