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Kazem-Beck's syndrome

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A symptom complex which is common in the presence of aneurysm of the anterior wall of the left chamber of the heart. It is characterised with wide-spread pulsations in the second and the third intercostal space on the left side of the sternum and with a small, pore filled with blood pulse. (1896.

This eponym was submitted by Zoran Bojanic, M.D., Serbia.

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