CASE OF THE WEEK
|NUMBER 20-07: New Murmur in a Patient with Pectus Deformity||NUMBER COVID 20-05:CMR Findings in a Young Patient with Frequent PVCs in Setting of Prior COVID-19 Infection|
|A 14-year-old male presented to a pediatric cardiologist following referral for a new murmur heard on sports physical examination and for cardiac evaluation of connective tissue disease due to concern for Marfanoid features. His cardiac history was unremarkable, and there was no family history of connective tissue disease or sudden unexplained death. His medical history was notable for two years of progressive pectus carinatum.||A 29-year-old woman was admitted for palpitations and fatigue. One month prior to admission she had an upper respiratory infection characterized by cough, fever, and muscular pain. At that time she did not seek medical attention and only took pain relievers. One week after the initial onset of symptoms she developed mild diffuse chest pain and palpitations that persisted for two weeks.
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