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Figure 9: A 21-year-old woman, who presented with sudden cardiac death, showed TA manifesting as a band of aortitis affecting the ascending aorta (AA) with narrowing (thin arrow) of the dominant right coronary arterial (RCA) ostium. There is widening of the commissure (thick arrow) between right RCC and left LCC coronary cusps (LV, left ventricle; NCC, non-coronary cusp, LMC, left main coronary ostium)

Figure 9: A 21-year-old woman, who presented with sudden cardiac death, showed TA manifesting as a band of aortitis affecting the ascending aorta (AA) with narrowing (thin arrow) of the dominant right coronary arterial (RCA) ostium. There is widening of the commissure (thick arrow) between right RCC and left LCC coronary cusps (LV, left ventricle; NCC, non-coronary cusp, LMC, left main coronary ostium)