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dc.contributor.authorTomar, Munesh-
dc.identifier.citationTomar, M. (2017). Percutaneous device closure of persistent left superior vena cava connecting to the left atrium with intact coronary sinus : a rare entity. Images in Paediatric Cardiology, 19(2), 1-8.en_GB
dc.description.abstractWe report a 4 year old child referred for routine cardiology evaluation as part of evaluation of murmur with scoliosis. On examination, there was mild duskiness. Echocardiography revealed bilateral superior vena cavae, a small innominate vein, a left superior vena cava to the left atrium and an intact coronary sinus. The findings were confirmed on computed tomography angiography. Percutaneous closure of the left superior vena cava by an Amplatzer vascular plug was done successfully. Although the patient was apparently asymptomatic, the procedure was done to prevent risk of cerebral emboli.en_GB
dc.publisherImages in Paediatric Cardiologyen_GB
dc.subjectCyanosis in childrenen_GB
dc.subjectVenae cavaeen_GB
dc.subjectBlood vessel prosthesisen_GB
dc.subjectCongenital heart diseaseen_GB
dc.titlePercutaneous device closure of persistent left superior Vena Cava connecting to the left atrium with intact coronary sinus : a rare entityen_GB
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