Ventricular fibrillation during coronary angiography in a patient with left dorminant coronary artery ectasia
Experimental and Clinical Cardiology, 07/17/2012
Lee AY et al. – The presence of coronary ectasias in otherwise normal epicardial coronary arteries are an infrequent angiographic finding. Coronary ectasia is not a benign condition and has been associated with a high risk of coronary events. In the present case, a patient with left dominant coronary artery ectasia who developed ventricular fibrillation during coronary angiography is described. This event was unexpected, and has not been previously reported.