Porcelain heart (Pericardial calcification)
A 59-year-old man presented to cardiology outpatient department with complaints of gradually progressive dyspnoea on exertion, easy fatigability and mild intermittent chest pain. Coronary angiography was planned for evaluating cardiac and coronary morphology. Coronary angiography showed multiple foci of calcification along the pericardium, distributed along the lateral border of both atrium, inferior border of right ventricle and inferolateral border of left ventricle.
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