Clinical case continued:
During hospitalization, atrial fibrillation/flutter was not documented. The carotid ultrasound revealed bilateral carotid plaques causing mild stenosis of 30-40%. The transthoracic echocardiography did not reveal any major cardiac abnormality other than heart failure.
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