Heritable Q-T prolongation without congenital deafness (Romano-Ward syndrome).


systolic thrill. Although mild epigastric and right upper quadrant tenderness was present, the liver could not be palpated, but the splenic tip was. Neither splinter hemorrhages nor peripheral edema was noted. Laboratory data showed a hypochron~ic, macrocytic anemia, with hematocrit 24 percent. Initial blood urea nitrogen was 84 mg percent and serum… (More)

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