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The axillary nerve was readily palpable as a cord-like structure between the deltoid and humerus as it exits the quadrangular space with the posterior humeral circumflex vessels.
The posterobasal portion of the heart represents the zone of insertion of the ventricles on atrioventricular groove and heart cytoskeleton, and it is surrounded by important structures such as the posterior mitral annulus and leaflet on the inside, and the terminal branches of left circumflex coronary artery, right coronary artery, and coronary sinus on the outside.
Thrombosis was found in the left internal mammary artery distal anastomosis and the left anterior descending artery, saphenous vein proximal and distal anastomosis, and the circumflex artery.
The cirumflex humeral artery further divides into an anterior and posterior circumflex humeral artery [FIGURE 4B].
Exercise-induced prominent U waves as a marker of significant narrowing of the left circumflex or right coronary artery.
In the femoral triangle it gave branches to the muscles in the floor of femoral triangle and anastomosed with the medial circumflex femoral artery.
Bilateral ITA grafting, with the right ITA being recruited for grafting to the circumflex and/or right coronary system, produces better long-term outcomes than a single left ITA-to-LAD graft.
The right superior ostium gave rise to the left circumflex, which coursed posterior to the aortic root and then underneath the left atrial appendage to reside in the left atrioventricular sulcus.
During the multi-vessel case today, Professor Grube first advanced the Xtent DES System in the circumflex artery while commenting on the excellent deliverability of the system.
The branches of the artery are superior thoracic (from the 1st part); thoraco-acromial and lateral thoracic (from 2nd part) and subscapular and anterior and posterior circumflex humeral arteries from the third part.
We report a patient with atypical angina whom there was bifid origin of the right coronary artery, coexisting with an anomalous right bronchial artery originating from the circumflex coronary artery.
He has undergone coronary artery bypass graft operation with saphenous vein grafts placed to the left anterior descending coronary artery and the largest obtuse marginal branch of the left circumflex coronary artery.