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Double chambered left ventricle in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging
  1. T Hemmers,
  2. M Schwaiger,
  3. H Stern
  1. hemmers@dhm.mhn.de

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A 27-year-old man was referred for evaluation of right-sided thoracic pain. Physical examination revealed no cardiac murmur. ECG showed left bundle branch block. At transthoracic echocardiography an additional chamber, attached to the left ventricle, was noted.

For further investigation cardiac magnetic resonance imaging with black …

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