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|Title:||Incidental Finding of a Left Atrial Myxoma While Characterising an Autoimmune Disease.|
|Citation:||Garcia-Carretero R, Naranjo-Mansilla G, Luna-Heredia E, Arias-Baldo P, Beamonte-Vela BN. Incidental Finding of a Left Atrial Myxoma While Characterising an Autoimmune Disease. J Crit Care Med (Targu Mures). 2018 Apr;4(2):64-7|
|Abstract:||Although cardiac tumours are uncommon, cardiac myxomas account for more than fifty percent of all cases and are the most frequent primary cardiac tumour. They have a broad clinical spectrum, usually related to cardiac symptoms, peripheral embolic events or systemic manifestations. We present a case report of a 68-year-old man who presented with systemic symptoms and analytical features suggestive of an autoimmune disease. In the ensuing diagnostic procedures, a cardiac myxoma was found, and after surgical resection, both the systemic manifestations and the analytical abnormalities disappeared.|
|Appears in Collections:||Hospitales > H. U. de Móstoles > Artículos|
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