Inadvertent opening of the right ventricle may occur during dissection of an intracavitary artery. Two patients with stenotic intracavitary left anterior descending arteries were operated on. A right ventriculotomy was performed in the operation. The anastomosis was performed to this intracavitary segment of the artery. The ventriculotomy was closed with a pericardium. There were no ischemic changes or aneurysmal formation in the postoperative follow-ups. This technique may be preferable in the closure of right ventriculotomy without compromise of coronary flow or anastomosis.