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Left atrial membrane, left ventricular dysfunction, and mitral regurgitation in an adult
  1. A M Alkhulaifi,
  2. O Altamimi,
  3. C S Carr

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Left atrial division may present in adults, often with an atrial septal defect (ASD), causing pulmonary hypertension and breathlessness. A 28 year old man presented with a six month history of breathlessness and palpitations. Atrial fibrillation, pansystolic murmur, and bi-basal crepitations were noted. …

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