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A case of Marfan's syndrome with absent right coronary artery complicated by aortic dissection and right ventricular infarction.
  1. A G Leitch,
  2. P K Caves


    The first patient to be reported with Marfan's syndrome and an absent right coronary artery is described. Dissection of the ascending aorta was associated with right ventricular infarction which was probably due to the coronary artery anomaly and caused his death.

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