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Partial Anomalous Venous Return (PAVR) 

Partial Anomalous Venous Return (PAVR)
Partial Anomalous Venous Return (PAVR)

Edward C. Rosenow

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date: 18 April 2021

A third of cases are associated with congenital heart disease

Only a third of cases have anomalous vein of right lower lobe that looks like a scimitar (widens as it gets closer to inferior vena cava)

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