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Pericardial effusion, Case 2




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Follow-up radiograph

Echo LPLA view
Echo short axis view

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The cardiac silhouette is obviously massively enlarged. One of the clues that this Xray configuration might be due to pericardial effusion rather than, say, an aneurysm is the general lack of congestive failure and the relatively normal pulmonary vasculature.


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