CT Angiography - Dual left anterior descending artery with a
Case Report
A 23-year-old young female patient was referred to our department for CT coronary angiography study from some private hospital. Patient presented with atypical chest pain since few months. History revealed features of exertional angina. Physical examination revealed the following findings: Blood pressure- 140/80 mm Hg and pulse- 78/min. Her chest was clear with normal respiratory rate and heart sounds. There was marked sinus arrhythmia. Electrocardiography (ECG) showed anterolateral marked ST segment abnormality with prolonged QT interval, indicating ischemia of the anterior wall of the left ventricle, possibly subendocardial injury. Patient was, therefore, advised coronary angiography.