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Giant left atrium: a forgotten cause of cardiomegaly
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    the current world record for giant left atrium

    The 76 year old patient recently reported in this journal with left atrial diameter of 10 cm(1), has been superseded, in the record books, by a 40 year old man with left atrial diameter of 21.5 cm attributable to severe mitral stenosis(2). The latter patient presented with dysphagia, hoarseness, and exertional dyspnoea. References (1)Shah BN., Rubens M Giant left atrium: a forgotten cause of cardiomegaly Postgrad Med J 2...

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