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Traumatic ventricular septal defect and tricuspid regurgitation
  1. S Kothari,
  2. S Anandaraja,
  3. B Airan

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A 32 year male patient presented with complaints of chest pain and dyspnoea on exertion. He had sustained blunt trauma to the anterior chest wall after falling down from a motorcycle 3 years earlier. There was a systolic murmur during his initial evaluation after the accident. However, the patient refrained from undergoing further investigations. During the past 3 months he developed recurrent episodes of paroxysmal palpitations and his symptoms worsened. On clinical examination …

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