Folger, Gordon M.
June 1976
Angiology;Jun1976, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p373
Academic Journal
Describes cases of the scimitar syndrome in children. Features of the scimitar syndrome; Cardiovascular malformations associated with the disorder; Management of patients with the condition.


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