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The so called scimitar syndrome is a congenital malformation characterized mainly by the anomalous venous return of the right lung in inferior vena cava. Many structure of the lung may be involved. Usually lobation and bronchial distribution are abnormal, the right pulmonary artery is hypoplastic or absent, a partial anomalous artery from aorta (pulmonary(More)
The exact site of an interventricular septal defect (VSD) is important mainly to program surgical treatment. The present study takes into consideration the possibility of the axial angiocardiographic method to identify the site of the interventricular septal defect. With this goal 126 cases of VSD in infancy were retrospectively studied with left(More)
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