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Jonathan Hinton, George Hunter, Madhava Dissanayake, and Rob Hatrick

edema. Given his history an urgent echocardiogram was performed. This demonstrated preserved left ventricular systolic function with an inferior wall rupture and a very large pseudo-aneurysm (measuring 9 × 15 cm) with flow into it ( Figs 2 , 3

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Sathish Kumar Parasuraman PhD MRCP, Janaki Srinivasan, and Paul Broadhurst

consider follow-up echocardiogram even when the left ventricular systolic function is only mild to moderately impaired, if the patient has any cardiac symptoms. Furthermore, this case recapitulates the fact that pseudo-aneurysms can be minimally symptomatic

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Abbas Zaidi, Daniel S Knight, Daniel X Augustine, Allan Harkness, David Oxborough, Keith Pearce, Liam Ring, Shaun Robinson, Martin Stout, James Willis, Vishal Sharma, and the Education Committee of the British Society of Echocardiography

either share common pathology with the LV or originate from left heart disease and are readily and routinely assessed by echocardiography. Right ventricular systolic function The echocardiographic evaluation of RV systolic function can be

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Andrew W Appis, Melissa J Tracy, and Steven B Feinstein

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