Pulmonary thromboembolism along with an impending paradoxical embolism across patent foramen ovale
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RV was involved in concept/design, data collection, critical revision and approval of the article. KK was involved in drafting the article and revising the article for important intellectual content. SB was involved in data collection and drafting the article. VG, NK, and AL were involved in data collection.
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Rajesh Vijayvergiya, Kewal Kanabar, Sudhanshu Budakoty, Vivek Guleria, Navjyot Kaur, and Anupam Lal declare that they have no conflict to interest.
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Video 1 Modified mid-transesophageal echocardiogram showed a large thrombus in the right atrium (yellow arrow), extending into the left atrium (red arrow) through a patent foramen ovale. LA = Left atrium; RA = Right atrium (AVI 6311 kb)