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De los tumores benignos el mixoma ocupa el 50%, y en más del 75% estos tar arritmias auriculares y ventriculares o bloqueos car- díacos que pueden llevar. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Mixoma auricular izquierdo infectado | Myxoma is the most common primary tumor of the heart. DOI: /S(06) Full text access. Infected Left Atrial Myxoma. Mixoma auricular izquierdo infectado. Visits. Download PDF. Antonio.


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El mixoma cardíaco se describe con or extensión. With the ParéInfarto de miocardio en una mujer joven con un mixoma auricular izquierdo. Rev Esp. Varios diagnósticos en un paciente con mixoma auricular izquierdo: A del ritmo cardíaco (fibrilación auricular bloqueada) y episodios de síndrome co- ronario agudo. .. Disponible en: raudone.info amc Download PDF. 1 / Pages. Previous article. Go back to website.

Echocardiography is the most used, with excellent performance and allowing an estimate of tumor size, form, localization, mobility and valvular compromise, including the possibility of an evaluation of the rest of the cardiac structures.

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Additionally, it can differentiate other pathologies such as thrombi. As relevant past medical history the patient had a frontal meningioma resected 15 years ago, without recurrences on tomographic follow up.

He had focal epilepsy as a sequel that was adequately controlled with carbamazepine mg bid and levetiracetam mg tid. The clinical and neurological exam was normal. Neurology Department initiated studies to rule out ischemic cerebrovascular disease, with carotid duplex, which was reported as normal; hour Holter monitoring, with sinus rhythm, without evidence of arrhythmias; and a transthoracic echocardiogram was performed finding an intracavitary mass area 13 cm2, diameters 3.

Another image was located at the right atrium, of similar characteristics but of smaller size area 1. No valvular compromise or of the vena cava was observed Figure 1.

To the left, parasternal long-axis view where a mass in the left atrium is observed. To the right an apical four- chamber view where a mass that occupies the entire left atrium and partially the right is observed.

For better characterization of the masses, a transesophageal echocardiogram revealed 3 intracavitary masses in both atriums; the biggest occupied nearly all of the left atrium, with multiple lobes, another medium size mass in the right atrium that originated in the interatrial septum and seems independent of the mass, with color Doppler flow in the interior. Another small mass was documented in the right atrium attached to the lower part of the interatrial septum Figure 2.

To the left: TEE degree view where a shunt in the mass of the right atrium is observed.

To the right: TEE degree view, a mass that goes through the interatrial septum, occupying the right and left atrium, is observed. Due to the number of masses, the localization and the morphology of these, a cardiac magnetic resonance was performed, viewing one multi-lobed lesion hyperintense in T2, that compromised principally the left atrium and with lesser degree the right; in the dynamic sequences of early and late enhancement, there was a peripheral and patchy pattern uptake that persisted with capture defects in central nodular areas, findings that suggested as a primary diagnosis, a bi-auricular myxoma Figure 3.

To the left: mutilobed masses that compromise specially the right atrium and partially the left atrium, which are hyperintense on T2. To the right: peripheral and patchy enhancement of the contrast is observed and persists hypopcaptant in nodular central areas characteristics of a myxoma. A surgical resection of the tumor was recommended and preoperative tests were ordered; the coronariography showed epicardial coronaries without significant lesions and revealed a big branch originated from the circumflex that irrigated the tumor in the right topography Figure 4.

Coronariography where a big vessel that originates in the circumflex artery is observed. It irrigates the mass in the right atrium. Heartbeat was 96bpm and blood pressure was x 70mmHg.

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At cardiac auscultation a "tumor plop" was found: pulmonary auscultation with crepitant rales in both pulmonary bases. The electrocardiogram presented regular sinus rhythm and the chest teleradiography showed diffuse infiltration in both lungs Figure 2. The routine laboratory examinations showed anemia hemoglobin: 9. The patient improved with the use of clinical treatment, therefore allowing for a more adequate preparation for clinical conditions, with the goal of a surgical procedure.

However, on the day before the surgery the third postoperative day , the patient developed acute pulmonary edema and hemodynamic instability, and needed imperative emergency surgery. The tumor was accessed bilaterally.

After the large pediculated tumor in the left atrium attached to the posterior wall and together with the left pulmonary veins was visible, it was removed en bloc from its base through the left atrium with large margin of safety.

This was followed by the reconstruction of the atrial wall and exploration of atrial and ventricular cavities. Left pleurotomy and a lung biopsy were performed. After the heartbeat was stabilized, cadiopulmonary bypass was interrupted, and protamine chloride was used for the neutralization of heparin. After hemostasis review and placement of mediastinal and left pleural drains, the incision was closed by anatomical planes.

The surgery was successfully performed. In macroscopic analysis in the operating room, the tumor was lobulated, with a smooth surface and a brownish color, and measuring approximately 7. The histopathological study of the tumor confirmed the diagnosis of myxoma; the lung biopsy showed aspects of very slight interstitial fibrosis and mild pulmonary hypertension.

There were no complications in the postoperative period. The patient was discharged from hospital asymptomatic, and remained under clinical observation for a month follow-up. The controlled echocardiographic studies in that same period showed no abnormalities or suggestive signs of tumor recurrence Figure 4.

Despite their histological character, these tumors correspond with disabling complications and even death [1. Myxomas have a higher occurance in the age group, are mainly in women, and are generally pediculated, sporadic and solitary.

The clinical manifestations of these tumors differ in terms of form and intensity, and are determined by their location, size and mobility [6]. These manifestations are part of a triad that includes intracardiac obstruction, embolic accidents and constitutional or unspecific systemic symptoms [3. Thus, the cardiac obstruction may cause symptoms such as dyspnea, arrhythmias, precordial uneasiness, dizziness and syncope episodes, heart failure and acute pulmonary edema; the level of atrioventricular valve obstruction depends on the size of the tumor.

Another image was located at the right atrium, of similar characteristics but of smaller size area 1.

No valvular compromise or of the vena cava was observed Figure 1. To the left, parasternal long-axis view where a mass in the left atrium is observed. To the right an apical four- chamber view where a mass that occupies the entire left atrium and partially the right is observed.

For better characterization of the masses, a transesophageal echocardiogram revealed 3 intracavitary masses in both atriums; the biggest occupied nearly all of the left atrium, with multiple lobes, another medium size mass in the right atrium that originated in the interatrial septum and seems independent of the mass, with color Doppler flow in the interior.

Another small mass was documented in the right atrium attached to the lower part of the interatrial septum Figure 2. To the left: TEE degree view where a shunt in the mass of the right atrium is observed. To the right: TEE degree view, a mass that goes through the interatrial septum, occupying the right and left atrium, is observed. Due to the number of masses, the localization and the morphology of these, a cardiac magnetic resonance was performed, viewing one multi-lobed lesion hyperintense in T2, that compromised principally the left atrium and with lesser degree the right; in the dynamic sequences of early and late enhancement, there was a peripheral and patchy pattern uptake that persisted with capture defects in central nodular areas, findings that suggested as a primary diagnosis, a bi-auricular myxoma Figure 3.

To the left: mutilobed masses that compromise specially the right atrium and partially the left atrium, which are hyperintense on T2. To the right: peripheral and patchy enhancement of the contrast is observed and persists hypopcaptant in nodular central areas characteristics of a myxoma. A surgical resection of the tumor was recommended and preoperative tests were ordered; the coronariography showed epicardial coronaries without significant lesions and revealed a big branch originated from the circumflex that irrigated the tumor in the right topography Figure 4.

Coronariography where a big vessel that originates in the circumflex artery is observed. It irrigates the mass in the right atrium.

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Frozen section biopsy reported findings compatible with a myxoma. During the surgical procedure a reconstruction of the interatrial septum with a bovine patch was required.

The definite result of the pathology reported a bi-auricular myxoma Figure 5.

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To the left: atrial masses dissected. Central image: fibrohyaline stroma, vascularised, multiple accumulations made of myxoid matrix HEX To the right: Detail of the accumulations of the myxoid matrix HEX Bacteremia does not prove that the myxoma is infected, as there have been reports of positive blood cultures while the tumors show no inflammation or infection.

Symtoms are typically vague and represent the local mass effects of the tumour 6.

There were also signs of mild pulmonary arterial hypertension Figure 1. The mass was diagnosed by pathology as left atrial myxoma with mural thrombus Figure 1. Cardiac myxoma: 40 years' experience in 63 patients. Adjuntative surgery after chemotherapy for nonseminomatous germ cell tumors recommendations for patient selection.

Cardiol Rev. The patient had already been hospitalized several times.

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