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Vein graft pseudoaneurysm
  1. E T D Hoey,
  2. V Ganesh,
  3. D Gopalan,
  4. A D Tasker
  1. Department of Radiology, Diagnostic Centre, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UK
  1. Dr E T D Hoey, Department of Radiology, Diagnostic Centre, Papworth Hospital, Cambridge CN23 3RE, UK; edwardhoey1{at}

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