Testing & diagnosis for coronary artery fistula in children

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How is coronary artery fistula diagnosed?

This condition is usually not diagnosed until later in life. It is usually diagnosed during tests for other heart diseases. However, a doctor may hear a heart murmur that will lead to the diagnosis after further testing.

Tests to determine the size of the fistula include:

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