Cyanosis and clubbing in a patient with iatrogenic Lutembacher syndrome.


A patient with rheumatic mitral and aortic stenosis is described in whom balloon dilatation of the mitral valve was complicated by an iatrogenic atrial septal defect with a small left to right shunt. Over the course of 4 years, the patient became progressively cyanosed and clubbed and was found to have reversed the shunt across the atrial septal defect due… (More)


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