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Anamolous Right Coronary Artery originating from the left sinus of valsalva

My son was diagnosed with an anamolous Right Coronary artery originating from the left sinus of valsalva instead of the right. No one seems to know what the treatment should be for this. I am hoping to find other parents out thier who have a child with this diagnoses. I really need some answers.

Kristan Hughart

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There is a lot of information in the archives regarding your medical  concern.  However, you would like to be asscociated with a forum with members who have had similar experience.  I am providing a link that may help you, thanks for the question, take care.

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