Jan 25, 2011

An unusual case of a large cavernous hemangioma invading the left ventricular apex

The Annals of Thoracic Surgery
Rony AtouiEdwin McGee

Abstract

Cardiac hemangiomas are extremely rare benign vascular tumors of the heart. We present the unusual case of a 60-year-old man with a large cavernous hemangioma involving the left ventricular apex. The tumor was completely excised under cardiopulmonary bypass. The pertinent literature is reviewed and the technical steps, clinical presentation, and histopathologic findings are discussed.

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Left Ventricular Structure
Neoplasms
Myocardium
2D Echocardiography
Vascular Diseases
Cardiopulmonary
Tomography, X-Ray Computerized Axial
Primary Cardiac Tumors, Childhood
Hemangioma
Magnetization Transfer Contrast Imaging

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