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Abnormal coronary artery originated from pulmonary artery

The origin of coronary artery from pulmonary artery refers to that one coronary artery or its branches (left anterior descending coronary artery or left circumflex coronary artery) or two coronary arteries originate from the proximal pulmonary trunk or very few originate from the proximal right pulmonary artery.


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