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Mid aortic syndrome: a rare cause of reversible cardiomyopathy
  1. B Stiller,
  2. Y Weng,
  3. F Berger

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A 7 month old girl (body weight 7 kg, length 73 cm) was presented with tachypnoea, hepatomegaly, vomiting, decreased peripheral perfusion, systolic heart murmur, and sinus tachycardia of up to 205 beats/min. She had a short history of decreasing activity for about four weeks. Radiography showed an enlarged heart, and echocardiography showed the left ventricular function was depressed with severe mitral regurgitation and mild …

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