Spontaneous closure (thrombosis) of the intramyocardial dissection: 40-month follow-up.


Intramyocardial dissection is an uncommon complication of a myocardial infarction or blunt chest trauma created by a hematoma located between the layers of myocardial fibers. This report describes the clinical course, 2-dimensional, and 3-dimensional echocardiographic findings of an unusual case of the intramyocardial dissection. 


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