Computed tomography of pulmonary angiography showed no filling defect in trunk or branches of pulmonary arteries, no dilated central pulmonary arteries, and no cardiomegaly
[Figure 1]c and [Figure 1]d.
Prenatal ultrasound can demonstrate peripheral and visceral vascular anomalies, cardiomegaly
, nonimmune hydrops, macrocephaly, hemi-hypertrophy, and umbilical cord hemangioma.
Chest X-ray showing cardiomegaly
(Figure 3), ultrasonography abdomen suggestive of 5 x 3 mm small medullary cyst in the lower pole of right kidney, and 6 x 5 mm small medullary cyst in the lower pole of left kidney.
She had sinus tachycardia on electrocardiography, higher values of serum dimerized plasmin fragment D (D-dimer) (5000 ng/mL) and an enlarged pulmonary artery with mild cardiomegaly
on the chest X-ray.
Chest X-ray showed cardiomegaly
and on ECG there was biventricular hypertrophy.
, an enlarged heart typically tied to high cholesterol.
The court heard there were known complications to the procedure, including the fact Mr Griffiths had cardiomegaly
, a term given to conditions which causes an enlarged heart.
The major findings at autopsy included growth restriction, cardiomegaly
, pulmonary hypoplasia with hyaline membrane formation, and renal cystic dysplasia (primarily at the microscopic level).
5) On gross examination, cardiomegaly
is frequently noted: in one series, the average heart weight in GCM was 476 g with a range of 405 to 580 g.
A medical report stated that the victim suffered from cardiomegaly
-- an enlarged heart.
Necropsy revealed cardiomegaly
, but histologic examination did not reveal an inciting cause of cardiac dysfunction.
A medical examiner's report showed that the victim did not sustain any injuries or bruises but, according to her father, the woman already suffered from cardiomegaly
(abnormal enlargement of the heart).