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Value of multidetector cardiac CT in calcified constrictive pericarditis for pericardial resection
  1. P Robles,
  2. A Rubio,
  3. P Olmedilla
  1. problesve@yahoo.es

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A 58-year-old man presented with a one month history of progressive dyspnoea, orthopnoea, and abdominal distension. He had no previous pericarditis or pulmonary tuberculosis. The patient was in sinus rhythm with tachycardia. The chest x ray (lateral view) showed dense pericardial calcification (upper panel, …

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