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Dyspnea and abdominal distension
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Continous areas of irregular thick pericardial thickening and calcifications related to all cardiac chambers.
Moderate right pleural effusion.
Marked abdominal ascites, cirrhotic liver and splenomegaly.
The presence of pericardial calcifications in conjunctions with signs of right sided heart failure is consistent with constrictive pericarditis. Cirrhotic liver may be secondary to chronic heart disease.