Anomalías de las arterias coronarias

Juan Manuel Senior, Natalia Tamayo, Andrés Fernández, Arturo Enrique Rodriguez

Resumen


El dolor torácico no relacionado con trauma es una causa importante de consulta en los servicios de urgencias, con frecuencia alrededor del 10 %, y es secundario al síndrome coronario agudo. La mayoría de las veces está relacionado con la formación de un trombo por ulceración o ruptura de una placa aterosclerótica. En algunos casos es secundario a causas raras como las anomalías del origen de las arterias coronarias. Presentamos el caso de un paciente con origen anómalo del tronco de la arteria coronaria izquierda, que ingresó con cuadro clínico sugestivo de síndrome coronario agudo sin elevación del segmento ST. Se discuten sus principales aspectos, el significado clínico y las opciones terapéuticas.


Palabras clave


Anomalías Congénitas; Circulación Coronaria; Enfermedad Coronaria

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