pericardialeffusion due to tuberculous and non-tuberculous pericarditis. … pericardialeffusion or other cardiac disease, as described in the IMPI trial. … pericardialeffusion or other cardiac disease, as described in the IMPI trial.
In case of a largepericardialeffusion, a catheter can be left in place to ensure the pericardial space is completely drained of fluid. … Diagnosis of pericardial effusion Treatment of largepericardialeffusions which may impact on the heart's ability to pump blood around the body (cardiac tamponade) What happens … (A) Subcostal two-dimensional echocardiogram showing a largepericardialeffusion (PE) with collapse of the right ventricular (RV) free wall during diastole.
Two-dimensional echocardiography revealed a complex mass with a largepericardialeffusion compressing the heart. … pericardialeffusion and cardiac compression. 1 2 Echocardiography generally suggests the diagnosis by showing a heterogeneous intrapericardial mass associated with a pericardial … 2 They contain endodermic, mesodermic, and neuroectodermic germinal layers. 3 Intrapericardial teratomas are usually benign tumors but may be life-threatening because of large
Echocardiogram confirmed the presence of a largepericardialeffusion which was drained. … His presentation was dominated by polymyositis, polyserositis with a largepericardialeffusion and constrictive pericarditis. … January 2001, Volume 27, Number 2, Pages 231-233 Table of contents Previous Article Next [PDF] Case Report Myositis, polyserositis with a largepericardialeffusion and constrictive
Chronic pericarditis is treated by aggressively treating the underlying cause, and draining the largepericardialeffusion that is often present. … It can be associated with all the symptoms of acute pericarditis, and in addition is often accompanied by particularly largepericardialeffusions. … Algorithm for the management of moderate to largepericardialeffusions.