Y Charnilas

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The case history of a young asymptomatic patient with primary chylous pericardium is reported. On the basis of this case and those reported in the literature, we suggest that diagnosis should be established by echocardiograms, cardiac angiograms, and pericardiocentesis. Lymphangiograms are useful for the detection of the underlying abnormality of the lymph(More)
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