Medical Must-See: A heart-stopping cardiomegaly Dr Seuss would be proud of
The Grinch's heart grew three sizes when he finally learnt the true meaning of Christmas.
But it was an "extremely rare anomaly", not a potent mix of festive cheer and personal growth (the figurative kind), that was to blame for a middle-aged patient's massive cardiomegaly.
In fact, it grew so large it filled his entire chest, stealing the show (not Christmas) in BMJ Case Reports.
Featured as its most-read case, the patient had presented with a six-month history of worsening dyspnoea