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Trapped venous embolus in a patent foramen ovale causing recurrent paradoxical embolism

(1995) CARDIOLOGY. 86(1). p.86-88
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The combination of deep venous thrombosis, patent foramen ovale and arterial emboli suggests the diagnosis of paradoxical embolism. In these cases, only very rarely, a causal relationship between the venous thrombus and the patent foramen can be established. An instructive case of trapped venous embolism within the foramen ovale is described proving a causal relationship between arterial embolism and its venous origin.
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EMBOLISM, FORAMEN OVALE, VENOUS THROMBOSIS, DIAGNOSIS, THROMBUS, SURGERY

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Missault, Luc, Jan Trouerbach, X Vanmeerhaeghe, et al. “Trapped Venous Embolus in a Patent Foramen Ovale Causing Recurrent Paradoxical Embolism.” CARDIOLOGY 86.1 (1995): 86–88. Print.
APA
Missault, L., Trouerbach, J., Vanmeerhaeghe, X., Caes, F., Van Nooten, G., & Clement, D. (1995). Trapped venous embolus in a patent foramen ovale causing recurrent paradoxical embolism. CARDIOLOGY, 86(1), 86–88.
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Missault, Luc, Jan Trouerbach, X Vanmeerhaeghe, Frank Caes, Guido Van Nooten, and Denis Clement. 1995. “Trapped Venous Embolus in a Patent Foramen Ovale Causing Recurrent Paradoxical Embolism.” Cardiology 86 (1): 86–88.
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Missault, Luc, Jan Trouerbach, X Vanmeerhaeghe, Frank Caes, Guido Van Nooten, and Denis Clement. 1995. “Trapped Venous Embolus in a Patent Foramen Ovale Causing Recurrent Paradoxical Embolism.” Cardiology 86 (1): 86–88.
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Missault L, Trouerbach J, Vanmeerhaeghe X, Caes F, Van Nooten G, Clement D. Trapped venous embolus in a patent foramen ovale causing recurrent paradoxical embolism. CARDIOLOGY. 1995;86(1):86–8.
IEEE
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L. Missault, J. Trouerbach, X. Vanmeerhaeghe, F. Caes, G. Van Nooten, and D. Clement, “Trapped venous embolus in a patent foramen ovale causing recurrent paradoxical embolism,” CARDIOLOGY, vol. 86, no. 1, pp. 86–88, 1995.
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  abstract     = {The combination of deep venous thrombosis, patent foramen ovale and arterial emboli suggests the diagnosis of paradoxical embolism. In these cases, only very rarely, a causal relationship between the venous thrombus and the patent foramen can be established. An instructive case of trapped venous embolism within the foramen ovale is described proving a causal relationship between arterial embolism and its venous origin.},
  author       = {Missault, Luc and Trouerbach, Jan and Vanmeerhaeghe, X and Caes, Frank and Van Nooten, Guido and Clement, Denis},
  issn         = {0008-6312},
  journal      = {CARDIOLOGY},
  keywords     = {EMBOLISM,FORAMEN OVALE,VENOUS THROMBOSIS,DIAGNOSIS,THROMBUS,SURGERY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {86--88},
  title        = {Trapped venous embolus in a patent foramen ovale causing recurrent paradoxical embolism},
  volume       = {86},
  year         = {1995},
}