about 70 y old patient without any clinical afflictions and incidential finding of a structure in LA. No elevated inflammatory markers in blood; normal myocardial markers and normal D-dimers.
What do you think about it. Atypical finding of a myxoma in LA?
same patient in TEE. We found the insertion site of that structure left-lateral of closed Fossa avalis about 1 cm cranial of AMS of Mitral valve; definitively no PFO. no typical finding of
endocarditic vegetation on all of the cardiac valves, You can see prolapse of that structure over the AMS of mitral valve in LV.
young patients with paroxysmale tachycardia and diastolic heart murmur.
In TTE we could see a giant space-occupying lesion.
In TEE I could demonstrate the typical finding of a myxoma in LA with partial prolaps in mitral valve with beginning obstruction (PG mean of cw in mitral position about 5-7 mmHg).
In cardiac catheter I could demonstrate an intense perfusion by an atypical ramus of RCX.
Cardiac surgery is necessary.
incidential findiing of lipomatous hypertrophy of interatrial septum. Maybe it could be some myxomatous or lipomatous degeneration inside, because you can see some echofree structures inside. But in
my opinion no real sign for myxoma.