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Recent Publications, Paolo Angelini, MD  

Angelini, P., J. Monge, Newer Concepts Regarding Adults With Coronary Artery Aneurysms: Are They All Kawasaki? Does It Make a Difference? Circulation, 2012. 125(25): p. 3076-8: (doi: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.112.106880). http://txhrt.org/NDcJUm  

Angelini, P., Letter by Angelini Regarding Article, ''Long-Term Outcome and Impact of Surgery on Adults With Coronary Arteries Originating From the Opposite Coronary Cusp.'' Circulation, 2011. 124(14): p. E383: (doi:10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.111.023614).  http://txhrt.org/Ow50J 

Angelini, P., R Walmsley, B.Y.C, Cheong, D.A. Ott, Left Main Coronary Artery Originating from the Proper Sinus but with Acute Angulation and an Intramural Course, Leading to Critical Stenosis. Tex Heart Inst J, 2010. 37(2): p. 221-5. http://txhrt.org/PcKegH

Angelini, P., B. Cheong, Left coronary artery from the right coronary sinus: What can CT angiography tell us? J Cardiovasc Comput Tomogr, 2010. 4(4): p. 255–7: (doi: 10.1016/j.jcct.2010.05.007). http://txhrt.org/Ow4s6u

Angelini, P., Anomalous Origin of the Left Coronary Artery from the Opposite Sinus of Valsalva: Typical and Atypical Features. Tex Heart Inst J, 2009. 36(4): p. 313-5. http://txhrt.org/TEGcya

Sawaya, F.J., J.I. Sawaya, P. Angelini, Split Right Coronary Artery: Its Definition and Its Territory. Tex Heart Inst J, 2008. 35(4): p. 477-9.http://txhrt.org/PYNLLt

Pirelli, L., P. Yu, M.B. Srichai, K. Khvilivitzky, P. Angelini, J.B. Grau, Ectopic Origin of Left Coronary Ostium from Left Ventricle, with Occlusive Membrane: A Previously Unreported Anomaly, with an Embryologic Interpretation. Tex Heart Inst J, 2008. 35(2): p. 162-5. http://txhrt.org/NBe0cF

Angelini, P., Anomalous Origin of the Left Coronary Artery from the Pulmonary Artery: The Location of the Ectopic Ostium and the Course of the Proximal Left Coronary Artery Make a Difference. Tex Heart Inst J, 2008. 35(1): p.36-7. http://txhrt.org/Pn3hG2

Angelini, P., S.D. Flamm, Newer Concepts for Imaging Anomalous Aortic Origin of the Coronary Arteries in Adults. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv, 2007. 69: p.942–54: (doi:10.1002/ccd). http://txhrt.org/OiGCbj 

Angelini, P., A Rare Coronary Anomaly (Letter to the Editor). Clin Cardiol, 2008. 31(4): p. 186: (doi: 10.1002/clc.20240). http://txhrt.org/NCNWzV

Sanford, G.B., B. Molavi, A.K. Sinha, L. Garza, P. Angelini, Single Coronary Artery with Prepulmonic Coursing Left Main Coronary Artery Manifesting as Prinzmetal’s Angina. Tex Heart Inst J, 2007. 34(4): p. 449-52. http://txhrt.org/NEDq7C

Angelini, P., Coronary Artery Anomalies: An Entity in Search of an Identity.Circulation, 2007. 115(10): p.1296-1305: (doi:10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.106.618082). http://txhrt.org/MZTLsV

Leon, F., H. Salazar, W. Moreira, P. Angelini, Daughter, You Broke My Heart: Accidental Thrombosis at a Muscular Bridge. Tex Heart Inst J, 2006. 33(3): p. 380-2. http://txhrt.org/Nmaa6C

Angelini, P., R.P. Walmsley, A. Libreros, D.A. Ott, Symptomatic Anomalous Origination of the Left Coronary Artery from the Opposite Sinus of Valsalva: Clinical Presentations, Diagnosis, and Surgical Repair. Tex Heart Inst J, 2006. 33(2): p. 171-9 http://txhrt.org/QBEDwO

Angelini, P., The Miraculous Survival of an Exceptional Baby: Can a Heart Manage to Function with Anomalous Origin of Both Coronary Arteries from the Pulmonary Artery? Tex Heart Inst J, 2005. 32(3): p. 351-3. http://txhrt.org/QBI4Uh 

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