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Images of a large fistulous communication between the right ventricle and left anterior descending coronary artery

  • Hayrullah Alp (a1), Ahmet M. Elmacı (a2) and Mehmet Taşar (a3)

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Coronary artery fistulas are relatively rare congenital or iatrogenic heart defects that can present with or without symptoms. Symptomatic patients manifest as myocardial ischaemia, arrhythmia, or heart failure. We present a asymptomatic child with a large left anterior descending coronary artery to right ventricular fistula.

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Author for correspondence: H. Alp, Department of Pediatric Cardiology, Dr. Ali Kemal Belviranlı Obstetrics and Children’s Hospital, Konya42060, Turkey. Tel: 0090 506 648 76 53; Fax: 0090 332 237 60 25; E-mail: drhayrullahalp@hotmail.com

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1.Thakkar, B, Patel, N, Poptani, V, et al.Clinical and angiographic follow-up of coronary artery fistula interventions in children: techniques and classification revisited. Cardiol Young 2015; 25: 670680.

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Images of a large fistulous communication between the right ventricle and left anterior descending coronary artery

  • Hayrullah Alp (a1), Ahmet M. Elmacı (a2) and Mehmet Taşar (a3)

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