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Gasser S et al.  
Iatrogenic Coronary Fistula in Post Transplant Patients: Pathogenesis, Clinical Features and Therapy

Journal of Clinical and Basic Cardiology 2003; 6 (1-4): 19-21

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Figure 1: Transthoracic echocardiographic image of the right ventricle (RV) and the huge, dilated left coronary artery (left anterior descending branch; LAD) in a post transplant patient suffering from left coronary artery fistula into the right ventricle.

Keywords: coronary arteryechocardiographyEchokardiographieFistelfistulaKoronararterierechter Ventrikelright ventricle
Figure 2: Post biopsy coronary fistula in a cardiac transplant patient. Colour flow imaging shows the drainage through the fistula into the right ventricle (white area above arrow which indicates insertion of the fistula). Transthoracal echocardiography constitutes an easily applicable means for the detection of post-biopsy coronary fistulae in transplant patients.

Keywords: BiopsiebiopsyechocardiographyEchokardiographieFistelfistularechter Ventrikelright ventricle
Figure 3: Dilated left anterior descending branch with small aneurysm and preinsertion stenosis draining into the right ventricle; the intensive flow through the fistula can be derived from a marked opacification of the right ventricle.

Keywords: AngiographieangiographyFistelfistularechter Ventrikelright ventricle
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