Mustafa Akçakoyun, Özlem Esen, Zeki Fi̇i̇mflek, Göksel Açar, Elnur Ali̇zade, Ali Metin Esen

Keywords: Right coronary artery; conus artery; coronary angiography; coronary anomaly.


Congenital coronary anomalies are relatively uncommon, with a prevalence varying from 0.3% of autopsy series to 1.3% of angiographic studies We report a case of a conus artery originating from posterolateral branch of the right coronary artery. The anomaly was discovered incidentally during cardiac catheterization. Such an anomaly is identified for the first time.