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64-slice cardiac computed tomography: appearance of a complex coronary to pulmonary arterial fistula with conus artery aneurysm
  1. N E Manghat,
  2. N Kakani,
  3. G J Morgan-Hughes

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A 63-old-patient with drug refractory paroxysmal atrial fibrillation underwent 64-detector row cardiac computed tomography (CT) in order to facilitate a pulmonary vein isolation procedure. Previous clinical and echocardiographic information suggested that the heart was structurally normal.

A complex, unsuspected coronary …

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