Última revisión: 24 Oct 2020
Última actualización: 11 Sept 2020

Resumen

Diferenciales

Frecuente

  • Neoplasia maligna
  • Pericarditis viral
  • Iatrogénica
  • Idiopática
  • Insuficiencia cardíaca congestiva
  • Uremia

Poco frecuente

  • Pericarditis bacteriana
  • Peritonitis tuberculosa
  • Pericarditis fúngica
  • Enfermedad de Chagas
  • Lupus eritematoso sistémico
  • Síndrome posinfarto de miocardio (fenómeno de Dressler)
  • Inducida por fármacos
  • Amiloidosis
  • Hipotiroidismo
  • Síndrome de hiperestimulación ovárica
  • Disección aórtica
  • Traumatismo
  • Exposición a la radiación

Colaboradores

Assistant Professor

Department of Cardiology

Mount Sinai St Luke's Hospital

New York

NY

Conflicto de intereses

EA is an author of one of the references cited in this topic. EA declares that he has no competing interests.

Cardiovascular Imaging Fellow

Mount Sinai St Luke's Hospital

New York

NY

Conflicto de intereses

BV declares that she has no competing interests.

Dr Edgar Argulian and Dr Birgit Vogel would like to gratefully acknowledge Dr Rajdeep Khattar, Dr David Liff, and Dr Vasilis Babaliaros, the previous contributors to this topic, and Dr Oliver Ziff for his assistance with this topic.

Conflicto de intereses

RK, DL, VB, and OZ declare that they have no competing interests.

Revisores paresVER TODO

Professor of Medicine

Section of Cardiology

Department of Medicine

University of Chicago

Division of Biological Science

Chicago

IL

Conflicto de intereses

SA declares that he has no competing interests.

Consultant Cardiologist

East Surrey Hospital

Surrey and Sussex NHS Healthcare Trust

Redhill

Surrey

Heart Hospital

University College London Hospitals NHS Trust

London

UK

Conflicto de intereses

SB declares that she has no competing interests.

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