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Opacification from the Pulmonary Artery of an Anomalous Left Coronary Artery

Opacification from the Pulmonary Artery of an Anomalous Left Coronary Artery cancer métastases of in the liver a from the of an present radiographie Opacification Pulmonary Artery Anomalous picture of flake-like Left Artery\p=m-\M. A. Hart- fine, discrete, densities, aggregated Coronary Friedenberg, F. J. into L. T. clusters without This characteristic- Jr., J. and H. Burford sharp margins. mann, Silverman, is 1 of value because it establishes the 80:806 1963 appearance ( ) pres¬ Radiology (May) ence of metastatic 2 a A case neoplasm and raises of anomalous of the left ( ) strong pre¬ origin coronary artery that of is colon. is in an in the site the tumor the from the infant sumption primary pulmonary artery reported Calcified liver from the colon whom the métastases probably occur abnormality was demonstrated at right-sided more than is flow of contrast the frequently recognized. angiocardiography by medium from Illustrations pulmonary of the artery. angiocardiograms Calcification in Renal Masses: An Eleven Year Survey\p=m-\ included. demonstration the are Angiocardiographic of T. L. F. G. and A. Palubinskas anomalous and Phillips, Chin, artery, prognosis, surgical therapy depend J. on 80:786 1963 the direction of blood flow the Radiology (May) through artery. This, mass in in is An series of renal lesions was reviewed related to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Opacification from the Pulmonary Artery of an Anomalous Left Coronary Artery

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

Opacification from the Pulmonary Artery of an Anomalous Left Coronary Artery

Abstract

cancer métastases of in the liver a from the of an present radiographie Opacification Pulmonary Artery Anomalous picture of flake-like Left Artery\p=m-\M. A. Hart- fine, discrete, densities, aggregated Coronary Friedenberg, F. J. into L. T. clusters without This characteristic- Jr., J. and H. Burford sharp margins. mann, Silverman, is 1 of value because it establishes the 80:806 1963 appearance ( ) pres¬ Radiology (May) ence of metastatic 2 a A case neoplasm and raises of anomalous...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1963.03700210141157
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Abstract

cancer métastases of in the liver a from the of an present radiographie Opacification Pulmonary Artery Anomalous picture of flake-like Left Artery\p=m-\M. A. Hart- fine, discrete, densities, aggregated Coronary Friedenberg, F. J. into L. T. clusters without This characteristic- Jr., J. and H. Burford sharp margins. mann, Silverman, is 1 of value because it establishes the 80:806 1963 appearance ( ) pres¬ Radiology (May) ence of metastatic 2 a A case neoplasm and raises of anomalous of the left ( ) strong pre¬ origin coronary artery that of is colon. is in an in the site the tumor the from the infant sumption primary pulmonary artery reported Calcified liver from the colon whom the métastases probably occur abnormality was demonstrated at right-sided more than is flow of contrast the frequently recognized. angiocardiography by medium from Illustrations pulmonary of the artery. angiocardiograms Calcification in Renal Masses: An Eleven Year Survey\p=m-\ included. demonstration the are Angiocardiographic of T. L. F. G. and A. Palubinskas anomalous and Phillips, Chin, artery, prognosis, surgical therapy depend J. on 80:786 1963 the direction of blood flow the Radiology (May) through artery. This, mass in in is An series of renal lesions was reviewed related to

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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