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Search > Cardiovascular Program > Cardiac Tumor > Echocardiogram > Cardiac Tumor: Isolated Rhabdomyoma- 2D Echo, Apical Four-Chamber View

Cardiac Tumor: Isolated Rhabdomyoma- 2D Echo, Apical Four-Chamber View

Apical four-chamber view of 2D echocardiogram performed in a 6-year-old child with isolated cardiac tumor associated with ventricular tachycardia. The tumor is adherent to the septal surface of the right ventricle and extends just below the level of the moderator band to the tricuspid annulus. The tumor was subsequently resected surgically (see surgical video in this lesion list) and was determined to be a rhabdomyoma.

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