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Congenital oesophagobronchial fistula in an adult involving left main bronchus.
  1. M Moreno Azcoita,
  2. J C Ruiz de Adana,
  3. L Sánchez Urdazpal,
  4. C Cárcamo,
  5. J M Jover Navalón,
  6. J L Ramos Rodriguez
  1. Servicio Cirugía, Hospital Universitario de Getafe, Madrid, Spain.

    Abstract

    Congenital fistulae between the tracheobronchial tree and oesophagus usually originate from the lower end of the trachea or right main bronchus. The case history is presented of a man in whom a fistula between the oesophagus and left main bronchus was not diagnosed until the age of 48.

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