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What are the major coronary arteries and veins?

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Dr. Thomas Wright
Phlebology

In brief: 3 coronary arteries

There are 3 main coronary arteries.
Left side of circulation: left main artery divides into lad [left anterior descending] and the circumflex artery. The other a right coronary artery. The coronary veins follow the same course.

In brief: 3 coronary arteries

There are 3 main coronary arteries.
Left side of circulation: left main artery divides into lad [left anterior descending] and the circumflex artery. The other a right coronary artery. The coronary veins follow the same course.
Dr. Thomas Wright
Dr. Thomas Wright
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Dr. Charles Jost
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: LAD, Circ & RCA

Coronary arteries: left anterior descending (lad), circumflex, right coronary artery (rca).
There are no major coronary veins.

In brief: LAD, Circ & RCA

Coronary arteries: left anterior descending (lad), circumflex, right coronary artery (rca).
There are no major coronary veins.
Dr. Charles Jost
Dr. Charles Jost
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