Muhammet Raşit Sayın, İbrahim Akpınar, Mehmet Ali Çetiner, Mustafa Büyükateş, Abdullah Orhan Demirtaş, Nesimi Yavuz

Keywords: Coronary artery, fi stula, aortic valve, echocardiography.


Coronary artery fi stulas are usually asymptomatic and rare congenital anomalies. Coronary angiography is the main method for the diagnosis of coronary artery fi stulas. Non-invasive methods such as echocardiography may also be helpful for the diagnosis. In this paper we reported a case of a coronary artery fi stula concomitant with degenerative bicuspid aortic valve stenosis which was diagnosed with transthorasic echocardiography.