Accessory left atrial appendage

Last revised by Daniel J Bell on 27 May 2022

An accessory left atrial appendage is a frequent fortuitous finding in cardiac imaging, encountered in ~10% of patients. They are more often seen as a small diverticular structure projecting from the right upper side of the left atrial wall.

Differential diagnosis

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