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Chest x-ray on admission showed pulmonary edema and bilateral pleural effusions (A). After transcatheter aortic valve replacement, chest x-ray showed that the pulmonary edema and bilateral pleural effusions had decreased (B). (Source: Jin X, Wang Y. Case report: osmotic demyelination syndrome after transcatheter aortic valve replacement: case report and review of current literature. Front Med [Lausanne] 2022;9:915981. Creative Commons Attribution license [CC BY], https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0.)