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Biventricular pacemaker implant in a patient with persistent left sided superior vena cava
  1. Y M Smyth,
  2. C D Barrett,
  3. G J Fahy

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Persistence of a left sided superior vena cava (SVC) is the most common thoracic venous congenital anomaly. It results from obliteration of the proximal part of the right anterior and the right common cardinal veins. The left anterior cardinal vein persists, forming a left sided vena …

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