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Figure 2. From: Practical aspects of the management of pericardial disease.

Neoplastic pericarditis in Hodgkin’s disease: (A) pericardioscopy findings; (B) epicardial histology; (C) cytology of pericardial effusion; (D) epicardial immunofluorescence.

Bernhard Maisch, et al. Heart. 2003 September;89(9):1096-1103.
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Figure 1. From: Practical aspects of the management of pericardial disease.

Viral pericarditis: (A) pericardioscopy findings; (B) epicardial in situ hybridisation positive for cytomegalovirus; (C) cytology of pericardial effusion; (D) epicardial immunofluorescence staining.

Bernhard Maisch, et al. Heart. 2003 September;89(9):1096-1103.
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Figure 3. From: Practical aspects of the management of pericardial disease.

Fluoroscopic guidance of pericardiocentesis using the epicardial halo phenomenon (black vertical arrows) in lateral angiographic view. The left hand panel shows the puncturing needle (horizontal black arrow) approaching the pericardium. The right hand panel shows angiographic contrast material in the pericardial space (horizontal white arrow) after successful pericardial puncture.

Bernhard Maisch, et al. Heart. 2003 September;89(9):1096-1103.

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