[Sudden onset of systemic hypoxia associated with both tricuspid regurgitation and persistent foramen ovale: a case report].


A 33-year-old female who had undergone closure of VSD 20 years before, was hospitalized for sudden onset of dyspnea without history of febrile or traumatic disorder. On admission, she had cyanotic lips and nailbeds but no clubbed finger. Chest x-ray film showed neither lung congestion nor cardiomegaly. Arterial blood gas analysis revealed deep hypoxia (PaO2… (More)


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