P Rondón Fernández

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Seventy-three patients with significant pericardiac effusion (SPE) are analyzed retrospectively. The results concerning etiology, clinical findings, evolution, echocardiography findings and pericardiac effusion (PE) findings are summarized. Conclusions drawn are: 1) the pericardiac effusion (PE) is a difficult diagnosis without the assistance of the(More)
Metastatic infiltration is most frequent than primary pericardiac tumors. Most frequent tumors are adenocarcinoma and lymphomas. A retrospective analysis of 18 oncological patients with significant pericardiac effusion (SPE) is carried out. The conclusions of the study are: SPE can be the first manifestation of a neoplasm; frequently, pericardiac tamponade(More)
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