Primary benign cardiac tumors

Last revised by Daniel J Bell on 16 Nov 2020

Primary benign cardiac tumors are much less common than secondary metastatic deposits. However, they are more likely when a cardiac mass is seen outside of the setting of terminal metastatic disease. Tumors include 1,2:

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Cases and figures

  • Case 1: cardiac myxoma
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  • Case 2: cardiac hemangioma
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  • Case 3: cardiac paraganglioma
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