Case Study: Right atrium thrombus in a female patient

Case Presentation

A 35-year-old female patient presented at the family physician’s clinic at midnight, with sudden onset dyspnoea for about the past hour. She had a history of hypertension since her pregnancy.

Examination

The patient was in distress with chest congestion and tachycardia, but no cyanosis.

Vitals:

  • BP.140/80 mmHg
  • P: 140/min
  • SpO2 by pulseoxy meter: 82

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