Case Study A11-2: Anomalous origin of RCA from LC Sinus
Anatomy –Variants include: origin of anomalous RCA from LCA sinus, then following a course between the aorta and PA; a large ramus branch variant is also present extending the distal PDA territory.
Construction – (Select Settings > Choose Button Q Nums.) This RCA anomaly is selected by RCA Template button Q2.3.2. The ramus variant is drawn by selecting the Anomalous Marginals Tab Q6.4.1 and then using the “Move Branch” function to move the branch to a ramus position (it will be necessary to move the proximal and distal ends of the ‘lines’ of this branch to realign the artery with the heart border.