A congenital coronary arteriovenous fistula (A-V-Fistulae) is a direct communication between a coronary artery and the lumen of any one of the four cardiac chambers, the coronary sinus or its tributary veins, or the SVC, pulmonary artery or pulmonary veins close to the heart.
We are presenting a case of fistulae from distal part of RCA to right pulmonary artery. This form of fistula is very rare.
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