Diagnosis of Coronary-Ventricular Fistula with Giant Coronary Aneurysm using Flash Mode

Kai Sun, MD*, Ruijan Han, MD*, Lijun Ma, MD*, Ligang Li, MD**, Gang Wang, MD*, Hailiang Jia, MD*
*Department of Radiology, Baotou Central Hospital, Inner Mongolia, P. R. China
**Siemens Healthineers China

A 44-year-old female patient presented herself to the hospital with paroxysmal chest distress after exertion for the past 10 days. The duration of the distress varied between 10 minutes and several hours. There was no history of hypertension or diabetes. An electrocardiogram showed a sinus rhythm without significant ST-T changes. A coronary CTA was requested for further evaluation.