Multiple Gaint Coronary Aneurysm and Atriovenous Fistulas in TOF

Thrudeep S

Abstract


An adult case of congenital cyanotic heart disease(tetrology of fallot) with incidentally detected  gaint coronary artery aneurysm. The case reported due to its rare association of multiple  gaint coronary artery aneurysm(CAA)and atrio-venous  fistula (AVF)  with tetrology of fallot(TOF) in adults.

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