Look inside as well as out: an unexpected cause of shortness of breath: right ventricular mass on point of care ultrasound

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Dahn, T., Henneberry, R. & Atkinson, P. Look inside as well as out: an unexpected cause of shortness of breath: right ventricular mass on point of care ultrasound. Can J Emerg Med 23, 252–253 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s43678-020-00071-x

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  • Ultrasound
  • Emergency medicine