Right ventricular acute infarct associated with massive acute arterial pulmonary thrombosis without coronary obliteration. An autopsy study

Marcial García Rojo


Isolated right ventricular infarction associated with normal coronary arteries has been described infrequently. Only rarely, pure right ventricular infarction secondary to massive pulmonary embolism, without right ventricular hypertrophy has been described. We describe an autopsy case of a 75 years old man with these pathology findings.

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arterial pulmonary, thrombosis, infarction, pathology

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