Figure 1 :A. Coronary arteriogram of LAD shows a proximal giant fusiform aneurysm of irregular shape (white arrows). The rest of the LAD is normal in caliber without discrete stenosis. B. Short saccular aneurysm of the circumflex artery is shown (yellow arrows) and a short, normal caliber LMCA (red arrows). The LAD aneurysm (white arrowheads) is again visualized. C. Injection in the vicinity of the RCA ostium shows multiple small vessels emerging from the coronary sinus filling the normal-sized RCA without discrete stenosis. D. Aortogram in the abdominal aorta revealed multiple aneurysms (black arrows) of both iliac arteries: one long fusiform aneurysm starting at the bifurcation and extending several centimeters in the left iliac artery and two aneurysms in the right iliac artery separated by approximately 1 cm of normal vessel. Abbreviations: LAD = left anterior descending; LMCA = left main coronary artery; RCA = right coronary artery.