24 November 2021>: Articles
Successful One-and-a-Half Ventricle Repair of Right Ventricle Dysfunction Due to Lymphoblastic Leukemia Treatment in a Patient with Restrictive Cardiomyopathy
Unusual setting of medical care, Rare diseaseMikhail Ramazovich Chiaureli A , Dmitry Victorovich Kovalev D , Ivan Aleksandrovich Yurlov C , Anton Vladimirovich Minaev B* , Vladimir Petrovich Podzolkov F
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e933677
Figure 1. Echocardiograms of the patient before (A, B) and after surgery (C). (A) Echocardiography, 4-chamber plane. Arrows indicate endomyocardial fibrosis of the ventricle with areas of calcification. (B) Illustration of pronounced regurgitation of the TC (the blue arrow). (C) Shows minimal regurgitation on the TV after valvulo-annuloplasty (the blue arrow). LA – left atrium; RA – right atrium; TV – tricuspid valve; LV – left ventricle; RV – right ventricle.