Glossary of Abbreviations:AV (atrioventricular), CAF (coronary artery fistula), CPB (cardiopulmonary bypass), CTA (computed tomography angiography), POD (post-operative day), RCA (right coronary artery), RV (right ventricle), TR (tricuspid regurgitation)
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There are no conflicts of interest or sources of funding for this work. Dr. Chai is a consultant for Edwards and Dr. Bauser-Heaton is a proctor for Gore. We have no other disclosures.
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta approved the study protocol and publication of data (approval number: STUDY00001462, date approved: 07/18/2022). Patient written consent for the publication of the study data was waived by the IRB as it was determined to be research not involving human subjects.
Coronary artery fistulas are rare cardiac anomalies that can be treated by transcatheter or surgical methods. Here we present a case of surgical closure following an attempted transcatheter approach.
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