is identified without preceding embolism, the subsequent risk can be evaluated based on echocardiographic morphology.
Recurrence has been reported in a review of 17 paediatric cases with myxoma
reported between 1949 and 1987, following enucleation but not radical surgery (2).
Until 1994, seven case reports of renal myxoma
Had the atrial myxoma
been timely diagnosed, no suit would have been filed.
Bartley Griffith and James Gammie decided to remove all of the microscopic cells that might develop into benign tumors known as atrial myxomas
The researchers had found that myxoma
makes proteins that bind and inhibit chemokines, chemicals that attract immune cells to sites of injury or infection.
a benign globular neoplasm, is the more common coronary intracavity cardiac tumor, and is usually found within the left atrium.
Thromboembolic events, obstruction to blood flow, and constitutional symptoms form the classic triad in patients with cardiac myxoma
Leading causes of classic pyrexia of unknown origin Infection Neoplasms Tuberculosis Lymphoma Occult bacterial abscess Renal carcinoma Endocarditis Atrial myxoma
Brucellosis Infection Connective tissue Tuberculosis Still's disease Occult bacterial abscess Variants of rheumatoid arthritis Endocarditis Systemic lupus erythematosus Brucellosis Temporal arteritis Polymyalgia rheumatica Infection Other (geographical) Tuberculosis Familial Mediterranean fever Occult bacterial abscess Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease Endocarditis Melioidosis Brucellosis Pyrexia of unknown origin defined as temperature >38.
We report a case of vocal fold myxoma
recurring twice after subtotal excision via two surgical approaches.
Angiography revealed significant left anterior descending artery stenosis with neovascularization of the myxoma
by both left circumflex artery and right coronary artery (Fig.
(JAM) is a rare, benign, soft tissue tumour with accumulation of mucinous material usually in the vicinity of large joints (1).