Discussion in 'Spot Diagnosis' started by Sofija Kardio, Jan 5, 2012.
myocardiopathia chr. hypertrophica (stasisi pulmonum too)... or maybe pericarditis?
Dilatation of ascendent aorta and dilatation of right atrium and, partially, left.
It could be congenital heart abnormality with right-left shunt.
Pericardial efuusion, pericarditis or tamponade cordis
Heart hypertrophy is correct answer.
Sofija! How do you differentiate it from pericardial effusion? Thanks
Because it appears on both sides of thorax, and if you look carefully you can actually see the heart.
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