Coronary artery disease in an 18 year old with pseudoxanthoma elasticum: successful surgical therapy.
- Published Article
The American Journal of Cardiology
- Publication Date
Oct 06, 1975
An 18 year old girl with pseudoxanthoma elasticum, a 7 year history of angina pectoris and evidence of an old anteroseptal myocardial infarction was found on coronary angiography to have three vessel coronary artery disease. A triple coronary artery-saphenous vein bypass graft was performed, and she has been asymptomatic for 1 year. Histologic examination of a segment of the right coronary artery revealed changes consistent with the vascular lesion of pseudoxanthoma elasticum.
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