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A Rare Congenital Aorto-Cardiac Fistula

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    Nihoyannopoulos P, Sapsford R, Oakley C (1987) Congenital fistula between the aorta and the left atrium. Br Heart J 57:387–390

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Correspondence to Alejandro R. Peirone.

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Movie clip 1 Echocardiographic two-dimensional subcostal long-axis view revealing the defect in the atrial septum and the fistula, which originated in the thoracic aorta, entering the roof of the left atrium (AVI 599 kb)

Movie clip 1 Echocardiographic two-dimensional subcostal long-axis view revealing the defect in the atrial septum and the fistula, which originated in the thoracic aorta, entering the roof of the left atrium (AVI 599 kb)

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Daghero, F.J., Benjamin, M.N. & Peirone, A.R. A Rare Congenital Aorto-Cardiac Fistula. Pediatr Cardiol 32, 857–858 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00246-011-0004-y

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