Varicosities of the pulmonary vein are rare. Twenty-eight cases confirmed anatomically or by angiography have been reported. In this paper the authors report a rather unique patient who had bilateral varices of the lungs in conjunction with coarctation of the aorta. The plain film and angiographic features of pulmonary varices are discussed. A brief review of the cases reported previously is also presented.
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