Fever and posterior mediastinal opacity following aorto-coronary bypass graft.

@article{Burke1985FeverAP,
  title={Fever and posterior mediastinal opacity following aorto-coronary bypass graft.},
  author={M Nicolas Burke and S Blinder and C H Almog},
  journal={Chest},
  year={1985},
  volume={87 1},
  pages={97-8}
}
A4 62-year-old man was admitted with a four-week history of fever following an aorto-coronary bypass graft. The postoperative chest roentgenogram was normal. His past history included hypertension of 13 years' duration and coronary artery disease commencing three years previously. On examination, his tern-perature ranged between 37.5#{176} and 38.8#{176}C… CONTINUE READING