Right atrial embolus. Echocardiographic features.


Although the value of echocardiography in detecting left heart thrombus is well recognised, right atrial thromboembolism has rarely been identified in life. In two patients with pulmonary embolism of varying severity cross sectional echocardiography identified a thrombus moving freely within the right atrium and clearly showed its string-like or even… (More)


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@article{Bergman1985RightAE, title={Right atrial embolus. Echocardiographic features.}, author={Geoffrey W Bergman and Mark Monaghan and Kieran M Daly and David E. Jewitt}, journal={British heart journal}, year={1985}, volume={53 5}, pages={552-5} }