Edmiston, W. A.; Walters, J. R.; Finck, E. J.; Turner, A. F.; Lau, Francis Y. K.
October 1977
Angiology;Oct1977, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p712
Academic Journal
A patient with a continuous murmur due to flow through an internal mammary-to-pulmonary artery fistula is described. Previously reported cases have been thought to be congenital in origin. A history of an anteriorly placed chest tube suggests an acquired etiology for this malformation.


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