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  1. Ong ML
    Br Heart J, 1993 Sep;70(3):276-7; discussion 277-8.
    PMID: 8398501
    A 17 year old girl with a congenital right coronary artery to coronary sinus fistula presented with recurrent septic pulmonary embolism secondary to tricuspid valve endocarditis. The diagnosis was made on the basis of echocardiography and cardiac angiography.
  2. Alwi M, Hamid ZA, Zambahari R
    Br Heart J, 1992 Jul;68(1):6-8.
    PMID: 1515294
    Continuous wave Doppler recordings of the turbulent jet through the restrictive orifice of a left atrial partition in a patient with corrected transposition of the great arteries and cor triatriatum showed alternate bands of high intensity diastolic and low intensity systolic signals with preservation of the normal configuration of the diastolic E and A peaks. It is thought that Doppler studies in cor triatriatum will provide useful complementary haemodynamic information in the echocardiographic diagnosis of this anomaly.
  3. Krishnan M, Snelling MR
    Br Heart J, 1971 Sep;33(5):699-701.
    PMID: 5115012
  4. Danaraj TJ, Wong HO, Thomas MA
    Br Heart J, 1963 Mar;25(2):153-65.
    PMID: 14024854
    The evidence presented by the nine cases described in this paper indicates that primary arteritis of the aorta is a single clinico-pathological entity of which Takayashu's syndrome is a part. Different segments of the aorta may be affected resulting in a variety of symptom complexes. In this series, the mode of presentation was hypertension consequent on renal artery stenosis. Early diagnosis is important and surgical treatment is indicated to relieve the hypertension which carries an immediately serious prognosis.
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