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Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation and aortopulmonary collateral imaged by time resolved contrast enhanced magnetic resonance angiography
  1. C Fink,
  2. J Eichhorn,
  3. M Bock
  1. c.fink{at}

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A 12 year old boy was referred to our department for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of a known pulmonary arteriovenous malformation. The pulmonary malformation had been previously diagnosed by catheter angiography at the age of 1 year after a murmur had been noted over the left lung during a routine examination. So far the boy had always been asymptomatic and healthy. Regular follow up examinations, including …

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