Spontaneous Coronary Artery Dissection
Epidemiology and Demographics
Natural History, Complications and Prognosis
- Diagnostic Approach
- History and Symptoms
- Physical Examination
- Laboratory Findings
- Other Imaging Findings
- Treatment Approach
- Medical Therapy
- Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
- Primary Prevention
- Secondary Prevention
- Cost-Effectiveness of Therapy
- Future or Investigational Therapies
Shown below are animated and static angiography images exemplifying each type of SCAD. For additional angiographic images of SCAD, click here.
Projection angle: 14 RAO, 35 CRA. Type 1 SCAD is seen in OM2.
Projection angle: 5 LAO, 34 CRA. Type 2A SCAD is seen in L3.
Projection angle: 30 RAO, 1 CRA. Type 2B SCAD is seen in OM2.