[Ventricular free wall re-rupture after surgical treatment of ventricular free wall rupture due to acute myocardial infarction; report of a case].


An in-hospital 72-year-old male with complaint of anterior chest pain was presented with shock. Pericardial effusion was confirmed by echocardiography, and therefore, he was brought to the operating room immediately with diagnosis of ventricular free wall rupture. The repair was performed using fibrin glue, fibrin sheet, and pericardial patch. His post… (More)


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