PMID: 7189689May 15, 1980Paper

The changing prevalence of secondary cardiac neoplasms as related to cancer therapy

Cancer
W B Lockwood, W L Broghamer

Abstract

A 25-year-review of 1303 autopsies with metastatic non-reticuloendothelial and non-central nervous system malignancies revealed secondary cardiac neoplasms in 179 cases (14%). When the autopsies were divided into two groups by time period, a significant increased prevalence of secondary cardiac neoplasms was demonstrated during the later period (1966-1977). This noted increase was not influenced by chemotherapy but was apparently related to attempted curative surgical and/or radiation therapy.

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