Scimitar sign with normal pulmonary venous drainage and anomalous inferior vena cava

Herer, B; Jaubert, F; Delaisements, C; Huchon, G; Chretien, J
August 1988
Thorax;Aug1988, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p651
Academic Journal
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