Percutaneous Coronary Intervention in a Patient with Right-Sided Heart: Invert the Views?


Situs inversus totalis considered a malposition syndrome is a very rare condition, occurring in 1 : 8000 births, usually without associated structural congenital heart disease. The diagnosis is often incidental as in this case, which presented with an acute coronary syndrome as a manifestationof multivessel coronary artery disease. Here, we present the challenges encountered during the diagnosis and management of this entity via percutaneous intervention.

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Case Reports in Cardiology Volume 2018, Article ID 6073567, 4 pages