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A large atrial septal aneurysm in a patient with atrial fibrillation: Is it just a structural deformation or a clinical problem?

Katarzyna Kurnicka1, Tomasz Cader2, Michał Machowski1, Łukasz Kochanowski1, Michał Ciurzyński1, Piotr Pruszczyk1
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