Aortomitral intervalvular fibrosa aneurysm—a rare case
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Aortomitral intervalvular fibrosa aneurysm is a rare entity but a life-threatening condition. We present a case of young male presented with NYHA functional class IV dyspnea where aneurysm ruptured into the left atrium.
KeywordsNon-coronary cusp Anterior mitral leaflet Aortomitral intervalvular fibrosa
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