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Nonrandom occurrence of single-vessel coronary artery disease

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      Abstract

      The location of obstructive coronary artery lesions in single-vessel disease is nonrandom. The circumflex coronary artery is protected relative to the right coronary artery. This may have important implications regarding the causation of coronary obstructive lesions.
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