Luiz Flávio Galvão Gonçalves

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Constrictive pericarditis is typically a chronic and progressive condition characterised by debilitating chronic right heart failure and surgical pericardiectomy remains the treatment of choice. Although most cases of acute pericarditis are self-limiting, an uncommon but known complication is a transient form of constrictive pericarditis that shares the(More)
Anomalous pulmonary venous return (APVR) is a rare cardiac anomaly defined as one or more pulmonary veins draining into a structure other than the left atrium, with venous return directly or indirectly to the right atrium. The most common form is partial APVR, in which one to three pulmonary veins drain into systemic veins or into the right atrium. We(More)
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