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Contrast enhanced magnetic resonance angiography of severe aortic coarctation
  1. R-S Tan,
  2. M T Dahdal,
  3. R H Mohiaddin
  1. r.mohiaddin{at}

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A previously healthy 21 year old man first presented with subarachnoid haemorrhage secondary to a right posterior communicating artery aneurysm, which was surgically clipped. He was discovered to be hypertensive, and clinical signs were suggestive of aortic coarctation. …

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