Heart, Lung and Circulation
Image| Volume 24, ISSUE 6, e79-e80, June 2015

Circumferential Calcified Thrombus in a Basal Lateral Wall Pseudo-aneurysm

Published:February 16, 2015DOI:
      An 83 year-old arteriopathic patient was investigated for shortness of breath. Transthoracic echocardiography images were suboptimal with poor echo windows. An echo-bright ‘extracardiac’ structure compressing the basal lateral region of the left ventricle and left atrium was noted. Further imaging was requested to characterise the lesion.
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