Ten-year angiographic result of a large right coronary artery fistula treated percutaneously: many questions remain unanswered
Congenital Heart Disease, 04/27/2012
Panduranga P et al. – Authors describe an adult patient with right coronary artery to right atrium fistula, which was treated percutaneously 10 years earlier. His coronary angiogram done presently demonstrated no residual fistula, but there was persistence of aneurysmally dilated proximal right coronary artery segment that gave rise to many unanswered questions regarding management of coronary artery fistulas. They discuss the short– and long–term therapeutic dilemmas in the management of coronary artery fistula.