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Echocardiographic evidence of right AV regurgitation and postmortem findings of valvular endocardiosis, engorgement of the vena cava, and hepatic chronic passive congestion are consistent with right-sided heart failure secondary to AV valve insufficiency.
The disease is characterised by symptoms of progressive left and right-sided heart failure.
On the other hand, neoplasms arising in the right atrium may produce symptoms of right-sided heart failure and tricuspid valve stenosis.
3,7) The presence of inferior and superior vena cava dilatation illustrates the elevated right atrial end-diastolic and endsystolic pressures present in constrictive pericarditis and right-sided heart failure.