Interventional Pericardiology

@article{Bhargava2016InterventionalP,
  title={Interventional Pericardiology},
  author={M. Bhargava and O. Wazni and W. Saliba},
  journal={Current Cardiology Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={1-11}
}
The space that exists between the visceral and parietal pericardium has a small amount of fluid under physiologic conditions. The pericardial layers and this fluid in combination have a protective role and also offer fluidity of motion and shock absorbance. The pericardium and the fluid can often be involved in pathologies involving the myocardium or sometimes be independently involved in primary diseases of the pericardium with secondary hemodynamic effects. In physiologic and pathologic… Expand
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