Cardiac Tumors

Cardiac tumors may be primary or secondary, may be related to the heart muscle or pericardium, or may be direct extensions of primary tumors or metastases from adjacent structures.In general, primary cardiac tumors are of  mesothelial or epithelial origin. Tumors include myxomas, fibromas, lipomas, rhabdomyomas, plasma cell granulomas, sarcomas, lymphomas, thymomas, hemangiopericytomas, fibroelastomas, angiomas, hemangiomas, angiomyolipomas/hamartomas, lymphangiomas, and mycosis fungoides.

  • Cardiac Angiosarcoma
  • Pulmonary Artery Sarcoma
  • Cardiac Metastases
  • Cardiac Lymphoma

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