Continuous murmur due to the combination of rheumatic mitral stenosis and a rare type of anomalous pulmonary venous drainage

Circulation
B L HalpernV L Gott

Abstract

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References

Jan 1, 1954·The American Journal of Medicine·J D KEITHJ H O'HANLEY
Jan 23, 1964·The New England Journal of Medicine·L N ADLERW H ABELMANN
Jan 1, 1964·British Heart Journal·A W VENABLESG W WESTLAKE
May 1, 1965·The American Journal of Cardiology·Y AYKENTD W BUSSMANN
Jun 1, 1955·The American Journal of Medicine·G SEPULVEDAI STEINBERG

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