[External heart rupture in myocardial infarct (clinical picture, prospects for resuscitation)].


An analysis is presented on 53 cases of external ruptures of the heart in cases of transmural myocardial infarction. Most of the patients were above 60 years of age, with a hypertensive syndrome, with intensive, protracted, often recurring cardiac and retrosternal pains. The pains were interpreted as the manifestation of myocardial rupture. Blood tests… (More)


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