Patricio Fernandez-Martorell

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The presence of an accessory hepatic vein to the pulmonary venous atrium should be considered in the setting of progressive cyanosis following the Fontan procedure. An inferior vena caval angiogram with "levo-phase" should demonstrate it. Surgical intervention or transcatheter occlusion should lead to prompt resolution of cyanosis.
We report an unusual case in which the peripheral part of the otherwise normal left lung was supplied by major systemic arteries arising from the left subclavian, internal mammary and coeliac arteries. Unlike most cases with systemic arterial supply to a normal or sequestered lung, where the systemic arterial branches get access to the lung through the(More)
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