By Michael Y. M. Chen, Thomas L. Pope, David J. Ott
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50 51 PA (A) and lateral (B) views of patient with night sweats show an anterior mediastinal mass, which fills in the retrosternal space on the lateral view (arrowheads). A CT scan (C) in the same patient shows the location of the anterior mediastinal mass adjacent to the aortic arch (A). S, superior vena cava. Biopsy of the mass revealed germ-cell neoplasm. Cardiac aneurysms, as shown in the patient in Case 3-8 (Figure 3-34), are almost always the sequelae of myocardial infarction. There are two types of cardiac aneurysms: true and false aneurysms.
More recently, echocardiography has been combined with stress-testing modalities to assess inducible myocardial ischemia using wall motion analysis of left ventricular function. Table 3-2. Indications for Echocardiography Ventricular function Congenital heart disease Valvular heart disease Cardiomyopathy Pericardial effusion Suspected cardiac masses Aortic disease (proximally) Figure 3-5. (A) Normal transthoracic echocardiogram from a healthy subject. Views are taken from the left midparasternal region through an intercostal space.
B. mediastinal mass. C. intracardiac shunt. D. pericardial effusion. E. mitral and aortic stenosis. 43 44 Figure 3-27. Case 3-4: 28-year-old woman with a loud systolic murmur and without cyanosis. 3-5. The most likely diagnosis in Case 3-5 (Figure 3-28) is A. congenital heart disease. B. congestive heart failure. C. pericardial effusion. D. acute pneumonia. E. aortic dissection. Figure 3-28. (A,B) Case 3-5: (A) 55-year-old woman with an acute shortness of breath. (B) Chest radiograph of the same patient obtained 1 month earlier.