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Archives of cardiovascular diseases
Volume 104, n° 3
pages 208-210 (mars 2011)
Doi : 10.1016/j.acvd.2010.06.008
Received : 27 May 2010 ;  accepted : 17 June 2010
Late diagnosis of incomplete Cantrell’s syndrome on CT scan
Diagnostic tardif d’un syndrome de Cantrell incomplet au scanner cardiaque

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Figure 1 : 

Twelve-lead electrocardiogram showing first-degree atrioventricular block, complete right bundle branch block and left atrial enlargement.

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Figure 2 : 

Posteroanterior (PA) and lateral chest radiographs showing cardiomegaly and large bowel images (plain black arrows) in the area anterior to the heart.

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Figure 3 : 

(A) Axial and (B) sagittal reconstructions showing intrapericardic transdiaphragmatic hernia containing a part of the large bowel (long plain arrows) through a defect (large arrow head) of the pericardium (small arrow heads) corresponding to a partial apical agenesis of the pericardium. (C) Axial and (D) coronal reconstructions showing sinus venosus atrial septal defect (dashed arrow) with an abnormal pulmonary venous return (large arrows) in the superior vena cava (black asterisk). Enlargement of the right ventricle (panel A, white asterisk) is also observed.

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