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Multiple coronary artery fistulae or Thebesian veins?
  1. S Bulut,
  2. H M M Al Hashimi,
  3. H R Gehlmann
  1. s.bulut@cardio.umcn.nl

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A previously healthy 55-year-old patient presented with progressive exertional chest pain. Physical examination showed no abnormalities except for a diastolic cardiac murmur. The ECG showed left ventricular hypertrophy. The laboratory findings and the chest x ray were normal.

An exercise treadmill test was positive. The echocardiogram …

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