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Topic Title: Cor Triatriatum
Created On: 08/02/2001 04:47 PM
 
 08/03/2001 05:32 AM

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Posted in sci.med.cardiologyBeca, Is that what the MRI showed? (going back to the discussion of your case). AGZ Beca4177 wrote in message news:[email protected] > What is this?
 08/03/2001 12:19 AM

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Posted in [email protected] (Beca4177) wrote in news:[email protected] fl1.aol.com: > What is this? Cor Triatriatum is a congenital anomaly where the pulmonary veins collect into a common confluence that then drains into the left atrium (normally, 4 pulmonary veins each drain into the left atrium individually). This results in an extra atrial chamber. Hence the name, cor triatriatum, or three-atrium heart. -- Terry
 08/02/2001 04:47 PM

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