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Hepatic changes in the failing Fontan circulation
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    Hepatic nodules in patients with a failing Fontan circulation

    Dear Editor,

    with respect to the article on hepatic changes in the failing Fontan circulation by Kiesewetter et al (1), we would like to respectfully point out that large hypervascular regenerative nodules arising in the setting of vascular hepatic disorders (especially Budd-Chiari syndrome) should be considered as a different entity in comparison to regenerative nodules found in cirrhotic liver. At our referra...

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