Details are presented which relate to a patient in whom constrictive pericarditis developed during pregnancy. Successful pericardiectomy was performed at 24 weeks gestation and a normal infant was delivered at term. The results of medical and surgical treatment of cardiac patients during pregnancy, the results of pericardiectomy, and the risk to the foetus are discussed.
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