Coronary CT Imaging ❯ Illustrated Guide to Anomalous Coronary Activity: An Interactive 3D Model ❯ Anomalous Anatomy 1
Coronary artery anomalies can vary from the number of vessels, origin, course, termination, and abnormalities in structure. Anomalies of the left coronary artery or right coronary artery can be a benign incidental finding or it can be a malignant finding causing clinical symptoms, including sudden death. Clinically, coronary artery anomalies can be divided into benign and malignant categories. Transeptal, prepulmonic, and retroaortic arterial tracts are categorized as benign and are clinically insignificant. An interarterial tract by a coronary artery however, is clinically significant and a malignant anomaly.