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Figure 1: Coronary angiogram (right anterior oblique caudal view) showing a single coronary ostium arising from the right coronary sinus of Valsalva. The ostium gives rise to a common trunk that courses along the right ventricular free wall and constitutes the right coronary artery, which, in turn, expands to the left ventricular free wall and joins the left circumflex coronary artery. An acute branch arises from the proximal common trunk and it forms the LAD coronary artery, which travels in the interventricular groove

Figure 1: Coronary angiogram (right anterior oblique caudal view) showing a single coronary ostium arising from the right coronary sinus of Valsalva. The ostium gives rise to a common trunk that courses along the right ventricular free wall and constitutes the right coronary artery, which, in turn, expands to the left ventricular free wall and joins the left circumflex coronary artery. An acute branch arises from the proximal common trunk and it forms the LAD coronary artery, which travels in the interventricular groove