An unusual pulmonary embolus

Br J Cardiol (Acute Interv Cardiol) 2005;12:AIC 98–AIC 100 Leave a comment
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Due to advances in paediatric congenital heart surgery in recent years, the number of patients who survive into adulthood with complex congenital heart disease has increased remarkably. When these patients present to non-specialist hospitals with apparently specific symptoms, the diagnosis may not be as straightforward as initially thought. Here we highlight a case which demonstrates this.

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