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Denio Ridjab, Matthias Koch, Markus Zabel, Heinz-Peter Schultheiss, Andreas J Morguet
Apical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) is a specific variant of HCM. This disease has been first described in Japan where the prevalence is much higher than in the western world. The prognosis of apical HCM with regard to sudden cardiac death is believed to be better than that of common HCM. We present, however, two male caucasian patients with apical HCM and malignant arrhythmias. Both patients had marked apical hypertrophy on echocardiography, 'giant' negative T-waves on the ECG and spade-like configuration of the left ventricle on angiography...
2007: Cardiology
Mehmet Ozkokeli, Mehmet Ates, Umit Topalo─člu, Tolga Muftuoglu
The inferior vena cava (IVC) is the most frequently injured retroperitoneal vascular structure. Despite the improvements in preoperative care and operation techniques, mortality rates for inferior vena cava injuries are still high due to delayed or inadequate volume recussitation, difficulty of diagnosis and technical problems in repair. A 1.5-cm sized wound at the IVC was primarly repaired by suturing. Because of appropriate and successful perioperative blood and fluid resuscitation, the patient was able to survive...
June 2003: Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine
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January 1972: Cahiers D'anesth├ęsiologie
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