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Single coronary artery and tetralogy of Fallot
  1. S Dhakam,
  2. K Kazmi,
  3. M Atiq
  1. sajid.dhakam{at}

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Although only about 10% of infants born with tetralogy of Fallot survive without surgical treatment beyond 20 years, it still remains the most common cyanotic congenital heart disease in adults. A 25 year old man presented with complaints of dyspnoea on exertion and …

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