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Metallic Tricuspid Valve Obstruction

  • Atooshe Rohani
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Part of the Clinical Cases in Cardiology book series (CCC)

Abstract

This case describes Tricuspid metallic valve obstruction in a 52 years old lady who had subtherapeutic INR and presented with shortness of breath and lower extremities edema.

Keywords

Tricuspid metallic valve Prosthetic valve obstruction Shortness of breath 

Supplementary material

Movie 24.1

TV in mid esophageal TEE short axis 44 degree (AVI 260 kb)

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Atooshe Rohani
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  1. 1.Northern Ontario School of MedicineThunder BayCanada

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