Pulmonary Arterial Compression Caused by Bronchogenic Cyst

Burke, David W.; Folger Jr., Gordon M.; Magilligan Jr., Donald J.
November 1979
Angiology;Nov1979, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p780
Academic Journal
The article discusses pulmonary arterial compression caused by bronchogenic cyst. Case report of a 10 year old girl with multiple congenital anomalies; Result of the electrocardiogram examination; Impact of the catherization of the


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