Lutembacher

Lu·tem·ba·cher

(lū'tĕm-bahk-ĕr),
René, French cardiologist, 1887-1916. See: Lutembacher syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Keywords: Atrial Septal Defect, Lutembacher Syndrome, Mitral stenosis, Transthoracic Echocardiography
4 Herein, we report a similar case of an adult male who was diagnosed with Lutembacher Syndrome based on relevant clinical findings and investigations.
The clinical scenario of Lutembacher is mainly dependent on three variables: size of ASD, severity of MS and compliance of right ventricle.
Another instance of development of a right-to-left shunt is Reverse Lutembacher syndrome, in which an additional cardiac anomaly i.
It is absolutely imperative that Lutembacher syndrome be diagnosed correctly via transthoracic and transesophageal echocardiograms in order to provide adequate medical and surgical therapies.
Current diagnostic and treatment strategies for Lutembacher syndrome: the pivotal role of echocardiography.
Cyanosis and clubbing in a patient with iatrogenic Lutembacher syndrome.
In 1918, Lutembacher published what is considered the first report of cystic lung disease occurring in association with TSC in a 36-year-old woman with bilateral pneumothoraces who died.

Full browser ?