Cardiac Ultrasound, the only method, solves the arrest
Date: 11 December 2019
A 51 yo male, had cardiac arrest in front of the ED, while ambulance transport as syncope .
History: Coronary angiography +, DM +.
CPR performed 10 min. ROSC +.
Cranial CT, diffusion MRI and CTPA; Normal.
Cardiac US by EP: Mobile echogenicity (thrombus) was detected at apex of the right ventricle.
This thrombus explained the patient's syncope and subsequent arrest.
Referred to an advanced center for follow-up and treatment.
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