Cardiophrenic angle lesions

The cardiophrenic space is usually filled with fat. However, lesions originating above or lower to the diaphragm can present as cardiophrenic angle lesions.

The more common lesions encountered include:

Other less common lesions include:

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rID: 19017
System: Chest, Oncology
Section: Gamuts
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Cardiophrenic space lesion
  • Cardiophrenic angle mass
  • Cardiophrenic space mass
  • Cardiophrenic mass
  • Cardiophrenic lesions

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Cases and figures

  • Morgagni hernia
    Case 1: Morgagni's hernia
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  • Case 2: pericardial cyst
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  • Case 3: pericardial cyst
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  • Case 4: asymmetrical pericardial effusion
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  • Case 5: pericardial metastasis
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  • Case 6: Morgagni's hernia
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