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We present three cases of chronic hepatic porphyria (CHP) in alcoholic patients, in which grayscale ultrasound (US) revealed multiple echogenic masses in the liver, mimicking multinodular hepatocellular carcinoma on alcoholic liver injury. In all cases, contrast‐enhanced US (CEUS) showed...
Iatrogenic aortic valve injury after mitral valve surgery is a well‐known but rare complication. Herein, we report a 62‐year‐old male patient who underwent mitral valve replacement surgery 12 years ago and developed moderate to severe aortic regurgitation immediately after surgery.
Primary malignant pericardial mesothelioma (PMPM) is an extremely rare tumor, which may appear as a localized or a diffuse mass encasing the heart. Diffuse PMPMs have a poor prognosis due to the difficulty of surgical excision, whereas localized PMPMs have clear margins, thus facilitating...
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