[Ruptured aneurysm of the right sinus of Valsalva].


are rare cardiac abnormalities. They are dilatations of the aortic sinuses and are classified as congenital or acquired. Sometimes they coexist with other congenital heart diseases and they often rupture into the heart chambers causing acute clinical syndrome. ASVs and coexisting congenital heart disease can easily be diagnosed with echocardiography. Early… (More)


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