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Case 3/2014--81-year-old patient hospitalized for decompensated heart failure.

Madaloso BA, Gutierrez PS - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2014)

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Affiliation: Instituto do Coração, Hospital das Clínicas, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

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JJSA is an 81-year-old male patient hospitalized for decompensated heart failure... arterial pressure of 90/70 mmHg... Chest auscultation revealed decreased breath sounds at the The patient underwent cardioversion and sinus rhythm was maintained (Figure 4) with amiodarone (600 mg daily)... The dyspnea ameliorated and the patient remained hemodynamically stable... The patient always experienced dyspnea on moderate exertion and there were several episodes 66 mg/dL, glucose 78 mg/dL, and PT-INR 1.6... The urinalysis results were as follows: density An 81-year-old man hospitalized for worsening dyspnea... scintigraphy has an important role as it diagnoses 30%-50% cases, although it may have a high rate of inconclusive results... Amyloid deposition was very significant in vessel walls... The bone marrow sample analyzed during autopsy did not exhibit plasmocyte proliferation; however, we cannot

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Pulmonary perfusion/ventilation scintigraphy showing hypoperfusion in the right upperlobe, anterior basal and lateral basal segments of the right lower lobe, lateralbasal segment of the left lower lobe, and anterior segment of the left upper lobe,and decreased ventilation in the base of the right lung.
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f02: Pulmonary perfusion/ventilation scintigraphy showing hypoperfusion in the right upperlobe, anterior basal and lateral basal segments of the right lower lobe, lateralbasal segment of the left lower lobe, and anterior segment of the left upper lobe,and decreased ventilation in the base of the right lung.

Mentions: Pulmonary perfusion/ventilation scintigraphy (November 3, 1995) showed hypoperfusion in theright upper lobe, anterior basal and lateral basal segments of the right lower lobe,lateral basal segment of the left lower lobe, and anterior segment of the left upper lobe.Ventilation was normal except in the base of the right lung, where it was decreased. Theexamination indicated a parenchymatous pathology in the base of the right lung andthromboembolism in the other pulmonary regions (Figure2).


Case 3/2014--81-year-old patient hospitalized for decompensated heart failure.

Madaloso BA, Gutierrez PS - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2014)

Pulmonary perfusion/ventilation scintigraphy showing hypoperfusion in the right upperlobe, anterior basal and lateral basal segments of the right lower lobe, lateralbasal segment of the left lower lobe, and anterior segment of the left upper lobe,and decreased ventilation in the base of the right lung.
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f02: Pulmonary perfusion/ventilation scintigraphy showing hypoperfusion in the right upperlobe, anterior basal and lateral basal segments of the right lower lobe, lateralbasal segment of the left lower lobe, and anterior segment of the left upper lobe,and decreased ventilation in the base of the right lung.
Mentions: Pulmonary perfusion/ventilation scintigraphy (November 3, 1995) showed hypoperfusion in theright upper lobe, anterior basal and lateral basal segments of the right lower lobe,lateral basal segment of the left lower lobe, and anterior segment of the left upper lobe.Ventilation was normal except in the base of the right lung, where it was decreased. Theexamination indicated a parenchymatous pathology in the base of the right lung andthromboembolism in the other pulmonary regions (Figure2).

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Affiliation: Instituto do Coração, Hospital das Clínicas, Faculdade de Medicina, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

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JJSA is an 81-year-old male patient hospitalized for decompensated heart failure... arterial pressure of 90/70 mmHg... Chest auscultation revealed decreased breath sounds at the The patient underwent cardioversion and sinus rhythm was maintained (Figure 4) with amiodarone (600 mg daily)... The dyspnea ameliorated and the patient remained hemodynamically stable... The patient always experienced dyspnea on moderate exertion and there were several episodes 66 mg/dL, glucose 78 mg/dL, and PT-INR 1.6... The urinalysis results were as follows: density An 81-year-old man hospitalized for worsening dyspnea... scintigraphy has an important role as it diagnoses 30%-50% cases, although it may have a high rate of inconclusive results... Amyloid deposition was very significant in vessel walls... The bone marrow sample analyzed during autopsy did not exhibit plasmocyte proliferation; however, we cannot

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