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Table 1 Summary of the patient’s chronology

From: Recurrent acute coronary syndrome in a patient with right coronary artery ectasia: a case report

Presentation Features Coronary Angiography Antiplatelets/Anticoagulation
Current UAP Ectatic, turbulent mid-distal + slow flow without stenosis at RCA and patent stent at mid LAD and D1. INR was suboptimal (1.28) DAPT + Warfarin
7 Months UAP Ectatic, turbulent mid-distal + slow flow without stenosis at RCA and patent stent at mid LAD and D1. INR was suboptimal (1.4) DAPT + Warfarin
13 Months UAP Ectatic, turbulent mid-distal + slow flow without stenosis at RCA, a 70–80% stenosis at mid LAD, and a patent D1 stent. LAD stented DAPT + Warfarin
14 Months UAP Ectatic, turbulent mid-distal + slow flow without stenosis at RCA, a 70% stenosis at proximal LAD, 90% at D1 prox. D1 was stented DAPT
17 Months SAP Ectatic, turbulent mid-distal + slow flow without stenosis at RCA and 70% stenosis at D1 prox & 50–60% mid LAD after D1 Aspirin
  1. DAPT Dual Antiplatelet Therapy, INR International Normalized Ratio, LAD Left Anterior Descending, LCx Left Circumflex Artery, RCA Right Coronary Artery, SAP Stable Angina Pectoris, UAP Unstable Angina Pectoris.