Case Study A06-2: Dominant LCx from RCA and Diagonal to dPDA
Anatomy – Two anomalies seen: LCx from RCA posterior to aorta; and proximal diagonal extending to dPDA territory.
Construction – (Select Settings > Choose Button Q Nums.) Template button Q1.6 sets the stage for LCx anomaly. The anomalous LCA branch to the dPDA is accomplished by > selecting Q126.96.36.199 from the Marginal template > selecting the Size 3 ALM > chosing the “Anomalous to dPDA” option > moving this branch from the LCx to the proximal LAD.