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Atrial septal defect closure device, a three-dimensional volume render
  1. G Mitchell,
  2. B Loo,
  3. G Morgan-Hughes
  1. Correspondence to Dr Grant Mitchell; grant.mitchell{at}doctors.org.uk

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A middle-aged patient underwent computed tomographic (CT) coronary angiography as part of their investigative work-up for ischaemic heart disease. The patient had previously undergone percutaneous closure for an atrial septal defect and is still being followed up at their local hospital. Echocardiograms have been satisfactory. There were no other significant comorbidities. The clinical symptoms were of chest …

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