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Subendocardial and papillary muscle involvement in a patient with Churg-Strauss syndrome, detected by contrast enhanced cardiovascular magnetic resonance
  1. S E Petersen,
  2. A Kardos,
  3. S Neubauer

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A 53 year old woman with Churg-Strauss syndrome and a history of asthma, pulmonary hyper-eosinophilia, and epileptic seizures was admitted to hospital with atypical chest pains. Her ECG showed generalised T wave inversions accompanied by TnI rise up to 7.8 μmol/l and hyper-eosinophilia (white blood …

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