Jacobs Journal of Clinical Case Reports

A Rare Case of ST Segment Elevation in Anterior Leads Due to Transient Acute Marginal Branch Occlusion During Right Coronary Artery Stenting

Published on: 2014-11-21


Isolated right ventricular infarction is an extremely rare phenomenon which may be difficult to recognize. Also, it is rare to observe ST segment elevation in anterior leads caused by isolated, transient acute marginal branch occlusion. We described the case of a patient suffering Acute coronary syndrome with transient ST segment elevation in precordial leads from V1 to V4, due to isolated right side branch occlusion during right coronary artery stenting.


Anterior ST Elevation; Transient Acute Marginal Branch Occlusion, Coronary Artery Stenting