Immunoglobulin g4 non-related sclerosing disease with intracardiac mass mimicking mitral stenosis: case report.

The cardiovascular system may be one of the target organs of both immunoglobulin G4 related and non-related systemic multifocal fibrosclerosis. We pre...
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