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Constrictive Pericarditis

Coronary angiography of a man in his mid-50s with constrictive pericarditis. Pressure tracings showed early rapid filling, elevation, end equalization of diastolic left-sided and right-sided pressures, and ventricular interdependence. Coronary angiography demonstrated dense pericardial calcification and distal fixation of the coronary arteries. For more detail and a complete case description, click on the link below.

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