Shunicni Yoda

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We describe a patient with a right coronary arteriovenous fistula in whom magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) was useful in establishing the diagnosis. In a 36-year-old woman, T1 spin echo MRI demonstrated a massively dilated coronary arteriovenous fistula connecting the right coronary artery to the right atrium. The cine field echo technique showed a(More)
Double left anterior descending artery arising from the left and right coronary arteries is an extremely rare congenital coronary anomaly, although it has no clinical significance unless atherosclerotic coronary artery disease superimposes. We describe, for the first time, multidetector-row computed tomographic findings of double left anterior descending(More)
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