Multiple coronary fistulae into ventricle as Associate in Nursing uncommon reason for heart muscle anemia

Clinical Imaging and Case Reports

Multiple coronary fistulae into ventricle as Associate in Nursing uncommon reason for heart muscle anemia
Fischer Mahir, PhD

Institute of Spatial Planning, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

Correspondence to Author:Fischer Mahir, PhD
Abstract:

A 59-year-old man with history of cardiovascular disease and smoking was admitted to our hospital thanks to palpitation, progressive toil angina and symptom, that appeared fortnight before. Rest diagnostic procedure incontestible left cavum (LV) posterolateral hypokynesis. stress test result showed capability of four,6 METS with development of heart disease symptoms and frequent premature cavum contractions (PVC). Multiple artery fistulae debilitating into the fifty-five originating from the distal segments of left anterior downhill and diagonal artery, from obtuse marginal branch and from the distal segments of posterior downhill and posterior lateral branches of the proper artery with none fatty tissue or constricted lesion were found throughout coronary roentgenography. Clinical and graph anemia signs resolved on the treatment including bisoprolol, amlodipine, perindopril. On-treatment rest and stress diagnostic procedure showed no a lot of hypokynesis.

Keywords:

coronary fistula, uncommon cause of ischemic

Citation:

Fischer Mahir, PhD. Multiple coronary fistulae into ventricle as Associate in Nursing uncommon reason for heart muscle anemia. Clinical Imaging and Case Reports 2019.