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Direct Anatomic Reimplantation of Malignant Right Coronary Artery Without Aortotomy: A Two Patient Case Report

Douglas O’Connell & Amod Tendulkar
Background
Historically, direct reimplantation is a technique that requires a partial aortotomy and xeno-pericardial patch.1 A recent report outlined a simplified approach for the reimplantation of a right anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA) that outlined a skeletonized technique that employs the principles of a standard aortic anastomosis in coronary artery bypass grafting.2 This technique mobilizes the coronary artery's proximal end by its removal from the aortic sinus. The excised hole can be...

Direct Anatomic Reimplantation of Malignant Right Coronary Artery Without Aortotomy: A Two Patient Case Report

Douglas O’Connell & Amod Tendulkar
Background
Historically, direct reimplantation is a technique that requires a partial aortotomy and xeno-pericardial patch.1 A recent report outlined a simplified approach for the reimplantation of a right anomalous aortic origin of a coronary artery (AAOCA) that outlined a skeletonized technique that employs the principles of a standard aortic anastomosis in coronary artery bypass grafting.2 This technique mobilizes the coronary artery's proximal end by its removal from the aortic sinus. The excised hole can be...

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