SAYAKOVA, B. and KOSHUAKOVA, N. (2013) CORONARY ARTERY FISTULA. Научно-практический журнал “Вестник КазНМУ” (3). ISSN 9965-01-300-4


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reinfarction of Q myocardial injury, except the repeated clinical symptoms of ischemia, dynamic changes of ECG, elevation of cardiac troponin I, had manifestated as saving up blood in pericardial sack, which was the appearance of heart fistula. Coronary artery fistula is an abnormal connection between one of the coronary arteries and a heart chamber or another blood vessel. The coronary arteries are blood vessels that bring oxygen-rich blood to the heart. A coronary artery fistula is often congenital, meaning that it is present at birth. It generally occurs when one of the coronary arteries fails to form properly, usually when the baby is developing in the womb. The coronary artery abnormally attaches to one of the chambers of the heart (the atrium or ventricle) or another blood vessel (for example, the pulmonary artery). A coronary artery fistula can also develop after birth. It may be caused by: An infection that weakens the wall of the coronary artery and the heart Certain types of heart surgery Injury to the heart

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: reinfarction of myocardial injury, heart fistula, a recurrent haemotamponade.
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
Divisions: Научно-практический журнал "Вестник КазНМУ" > Выпуск №2 2013 год
Depositing User: Mr Press KazNMU
Date Deposited: 26 Jun 2013 04:46
Last Modified: 26 Jun 2013 04:46

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