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Multiple cerebral aneurysms associated with left-sided inferior vena cava and hemiazygos continuation: A case report

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      Abstract

      A case of multiple saccular cerebral aneurysms in association with a left-sided inferior vena cava and hemiazygos continuation is presented. To our knowledge, this association has not previously been recorded in the literature.

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