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A.K.M. Shafiqur Rahman
Farjana Islam Aovi*, Samya Sayantan Halder, Md.Kamruzzaman
Halil İbrahim POLAT
Rupali Chandola*, S. C. Tiwari
Pramod Sharma, Rakesh Jora & Ankit Garg
Avijit Pandit, Sk. Saha Alam, Sambhunath Maji & Birbal Saha
West Bengal, INDIA
S.T. MWIHOMEKE and MICK FANAKA S. MWIHOMEKE
Suman Inkhiya*, Dr. Rakesh Kumawat
BACKGROUND: The prevalence of Coronary heart disease (CHD) has been increasing since last few years in developing countries like India which has rapidly increased from 1% in 1960 to 9.7% in 1995. CHD is one of the major causes of mortality and morbidity in developed countries as well as developing countries. Whatever the etiology and patho-physiology of coronary artery disease is, Coronary artery remains the seat of disease process. The increasing use of diagnostic and therapeutic interventional procedures necessitates that a sound basic knowledge of coronary artery pattern with dominance is essential. So with the increase disease burden, an in-depth knowledge about the coronary artery is a must to understand the complete patho-physiology and for good management of the disease. AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: To study the area of the heart and myocardium supplied by Right and Left coronary arteries respectively and to assess coronary predominance in the postmortem study. METHOD: A total of 70 hearts were collected from the cadavers in the department of Anatomy and unclaimed dead bodies in the department of Forensic Medicine, S.P. Medical College, Bikaner, Rajasthan. The hearts were preserved in 10% Formalin and dissected at a convenient time later. The coronary arteries and their branches were carefully dissected out and followed till their termination. The modes of termination of the right coronary artery and the circumflex artery were described with the help of five points: at the right border, between the right border and the crux, at the crux, between the crux and the left border and at the left border. Origin of the posterior inter-ventricular artery was taken as the basis of coronary dominance. RESULTS: Right dominance was found in 76.67%, left dominance was found in 13.33% while balanced pattern was observed in 10% hearts. CONCLUSION: In present study, 76.67% of specimens showed right dominance, 13.33% left dominance and rest 10% showed balanced dominance. Knowledge of dominant pattern is significant for determining the prognosis of coronary artery disease.
Ar. Subhash Chandra Devrath
Önder AYDIN*, E. Nihal ÇETİNTÜRK
Dr. Minti Gogoi, Dr. Bulbul Baruah
Andhra Pradesh, INDIA
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