Disappearing intracardiac thrombi in both atria after mumps in a patient with Turner syndrome.

Abstract

A girl with Turner syndrome was admitted with an acute cerebrovascular occlusive disease 15 days after mumps infection. Imaging techniques such as Doppler echocardiography, computed tomography and angiography of the heart revealed the existence of masses in both atria. Eight days after the last radiologic study the patient had an operation, but no masses… (More)

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