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A case of congenital triple valve disease.
  1. J. P. van Besouw,
  2. N. A. Shepherd,
  3. G. Orr,
  4. S. H. Jackson


    We report a case of congenital triple valve stenosis with dominant pulmonary valve disease, sparing the aortic valve, presenting at the age of 51 years with progressive shortness of breath and central cyanosis. At post mortem, no intracardiac right to left communication could be demonstrated.

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