Coronary artery–pulmonary vein fistula diagnosed by multidetector computed tomography


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Abstract

Coronary artery fistulas are rare congenital or acquired coronary artery anomalies that can originate from any of the three major coronary arteries and drain in all the cardiac chambers and great vessels. Multidetector computed tomography has provided cross-sectional anatomy of the heart with excellent spatial and temporal resolution, which shows the anatomical and functional changes in cardiac disorders. Here, the first case of noniatrogenic coronary artery to pulmonary vein fistula depicted by multidetector computed tomography has been presented.

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