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A 48-year-old woman was admitted to our institution with a year's history of uncharacteristic chest pain episodes and decrease in exercise tolerance. A CT lung scan performed nine months earlier revealed an anomalous vein arising from the right lower pulmonary lobe and draining into the inferior vena cava. A chest radiogram performed 2 months prior to the admission showed a curved shape adjacent to the right heart border. Right heart catheterization revealed: normal systolic, diastolic and meandoi:10.20418/jrcd.vol1no2.81 fatcat:bcpib7er5bcarhdtfcudmq3pqa