[Spontaneous chylous pericardial effusion: report of two cases].


Most cases of chylopericardium in childhood are secondary to thoracic surgery, especially after cardiac surgery. However, it can also be present in children without this history, as we show in this report. First, a nine year-old boy in whom chylopericardium was the first manifestation of a lymphangiomatosis, and the second one, a fifteen months old girl… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.anpedi.2010.04.006


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@article{MartinezPajares2010SpontaneousCP, title={[Spontaneous chylous pericardial effusion: report of two cases].}, author={Jos{\'e} David Martinez-Pajares and Vanessa Rosa-Camacho and J M Camacho-Alonso and I Zabala-Arguelles and Juan-Miguel Gil-Jaurena and Guillermo Milano-Manso}, journal={Anales de pediatria}, year={2010}, volume={73 1}, pages={42-6} }