Published in Cardiovascular Week, May 25th, 2009
"Its diagnosis by two-dimensional echocardiography could be very difficult because of the anatomical features. We report on the echocardiographic findings of a 66-year-old female patient with mitral and aortic regurgitation of rheumatic origin and severe pulmonary hypertension. There was an aneurismatic dilation of the pulmonary artery trunk allowing visualization of the short-axis view of the pulmonary valve. It showed four cusps of...
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