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INTERPOLATED BIGEMINY VENTRICULAR PREMATURE CONTRACTIONS DUE TO CARDIAC COMPRESSION OF LEFT PLEURAL EFFUSION: A CASE REPORT

We described interpolated bigeminy ventricular premature contractions due to cardiac compression by a large left pleural effusion during exercise test. A 68-year-old man was admitted to the hospital for further examination of chest oppression. His history included a rheumatoid arthritis for more tha... Full description

Journal Title: European Journal of General Medicine 2006, Vol.3(1)
Main Author: Aydin Akyüz , Cenap Özkara , Niyazi Güler , Hasibe Özkara
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title: INTERPOLATED BIGEMINY VENTRICULAR PREMATURE CONTRACTIONS DUE TO CARDIAC COMPRESSION OF LEFT PLEURAL EFFUSION: A CASE REPORT
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description: We described interpolated bigeminy ventricular premature contractions due to cardiac compression by a large left pleural effusion during exercise test. A 68-year-old man was admitted to the hospital for further examination of chest oppression. His history included a rheumatoid arthritis for more than 20 years and multiple admissions to the hospital. He had been on indomethacin (75 mg/daily) in partial remission for more than 1 year. Laboratory findings of thoracentesis fluid revealed that the cause of pleural effusion was rheumatoid arthritis. He had no diabetes mellitus, thyrotoxicosis, myopericarditis, ischemic or valvular heart disease.
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