Three children are described with a right coronary artery fistula communicating with a right heart chamber. Each had a continuous murmur like that of a patent ductus arteriosus but situated at a lower level. Aortography established the diagnosis and excluded any accompanying malformation. It is concluded that to prevent complications surgical treatment should be recommended.
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