Barlow's Syndrome Associated with Coronary Fistula

Macieira-Coelho, Eduardo; Pais, Fernando; Monteiro, Fernando; da Conceigao, Jose Manuel; Alves, Mario Garcia; Pereira, Luisa
October 1983
Angiology;Oct1983, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p688
Academic Journal
In an asymptomatic patient, the first reference to the association of mitral valve prolapse and coronary fistula is described and a pathogenic connection discussed.


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