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Multiple fistula and abnormal vascular plexus
  1. Jong-Seon Park,
  2. Geu-Ru Hong,
  3. Sang-Hee Lee
  1. Correspondence to Professor Jong-Seon Park, Yeungnam University Hospital, #317-1 Daemyung-dong Nam-gu Daegu 705-717, Republic of Korea; pjs{at}med.yu.ac.kr

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A 50-year-old female was admitted to the hospital for the preoperative evaluation. She complained of mild dyspnoea on exertion for years. Cardiovascular examination was unremarkable. Transthoracic echocardiography revealed abnormal continuous flow at the anterior side of proximal descending aorta (figure 1A, arrow). …

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