Minocycline-induced pigmentation of the aortic valve and sinuses of Valsalva.


4 63-year-old man with aortic regurgitation and a 6.0-cm ascending aortic aneurysm was referred for surgical epair. He was known to have chronic pulmonary aspergillois, for which he was receiving long-term minocycline therapy. is medical history included primary hyperaldosteronism nd Parkinson disease. The auricles of both ears were stained ith a black… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.athoracsur.2009.02.047


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