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Figure 1 :Image of coronary CT angiography indicating the location of the echinococcus cyst between the lower cardiac pole and diaphragm with infiltrations in the pericardium and signs of right ventricular and lower vena cava compression. The superficial course of the coronary vessels (left anterior descending and right coronary artery can also be seen). At the apex of the heart, the merging of the left anterior descending and the right posterior descending artery (branch of the coronary artery) is clearly visible (right-hand side of the figure)

Figure 1 :Image of coronary CT angiography indicating the location of the echinococcus cyst between the lower cardiac pole and diaphragm with infiltrations in the pericardium and signs of right ventricular and lower vena cava compression. The superficial course of the coronary vessels (left anterior descending and right coronary artery can also be seen). At the apex of the heart, the merging of the left anterior descending and the right posterior descending artery (branch of the coronary artery) is clearly visible (right-hand side of the figure)