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August 2009

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Volume 21 Issue 8
Percutaneous Closure of a Traumatic Fistula Between the Right Coronary Artery and the Right Atrium in a Young Adult: A New Covered Stent Strategy _______________________________________________ From the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Liverpool…
From the Department for Cardiovascular Diseases, Zagreb University Hospital Centre, Zagreb, Croatia. The authors report no conflicts of interest regarding the content herein. Manuscript submitted January 5, 2009, provisional acceptance given May 19…
From the Department of Cardiology, Marshfield Clinic, Wausau, Wisconsin and Saint Clares Hospital, Weston, Wisconsin. The authors report no conflicts of interest regarding the content herein. Manuscript submitted April 8, 2009 and accepted May 21,…
From the Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, Israel. The authors report no conflicts of interest regarding the content herein. Manuscript submitted March 2, 2009, provisional acceptance given March 13, 2009, and final version accepted April 7,…
From the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy. The authors report no conflicts of interest regarding the content herein. Manuscript submitted March 2, 2009 and accepted March 31, 2009. Address for correspondence: Francesco Burzotta…
From the Department of Cardiology, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, United Kingdom. The authors report no conflicts of interest regarding the content herein. Manuscript submitted January 31, 2009, provisional acceptance given March 24, 2009 a…
From the Division of Cardiology, Sharp Rees-Stealy Medical Group and Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego, California. The authors report no conflicts of interest regarding the content herein. Manuscript submitted February 24, 2009, provisional accep…
Case Description. A 75-year-old male with a previous history of coronary artery disease was admitted with stable angina. He had undergone percutaneous coronary intervention to the proximal left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery 43 months prev…
Case Presentation. A 75-year-old female presented to our hospital with subacute onset of dyspnea and decreased exercise tolerance. Her past medical history was significant for aortic and mitral stenosis secondary to rheumatic heart disease and doubl…
Background. A 74-year-old female was referred for further evaluation of accelerated hypertension. She had a long history of well controlled hypertension, but more recently had blood pressure readings as high as 200/100 mmHg. There was no associated a…
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