A case of severe left ventricular dysfunction and low cardiac output accompanying the toxic shock syndrome was documented by two-dimensional echocardiography and hemodynamic measurements. This dysfunction was reversible over a five-month period. This appears to be a well-documented case of cardiomyopathy and toxic shock syndrome.
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