Michail Alshibaya

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Left ventricular aneurysm is one of the most troublesome complications of myocardial infarction. This complication results from LV wall rupture and presents as a cavity contained by pericardium and fragments of the ruptured wall. The risk of pseudoaneurysm rupture is very high and this makes the prognosis for the disease extremely unfavorable. A surgical(More)
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