From Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium
Left main coronary
- Left anterior descending (LAD)
- Branches are called the septals and diagonals
- Ramus intermedius arises from the left main between the LAD and the circumflex in some people.
- Branches are called the obtuse marginals
- In a minority of people, the circumflex provides the posterior descending artery.
- In most people, the right coronary provides the posterior descending artery.
Acute coronary syndrome
Coronary heart disease