Coronary Arteries

Normal Right Coronary Artery

March 14th, 2021
(updated April 14th, 2022)

Normal origin of the Right Coronary Artery

Figure 1. 2D parasternal long axis
Figure 2. 2D parasternal long axis, normal origin of the right coronary artery
Figure 2. 2D parasternal long axis

F, 60 y. Visualization of the proximal RCA, originating from the anterior aortic root, in the parasternal long axis view. The RCA is best visualized during diastole. The asterisk marks the AV anterior right coronary cusp.
RCA: right coronary artery; AA: ascending aorta.