Incidental Finding of a Right Ventricular Mass: Fibroma or Thrombosis?
Primary cardiac tumors are very rare and are often confused with other conditions due to clinical presentations or initial imaging. Here, we present a rare case of a 56-year-old male with right ventricular mass incidentally found on imaging. Appropriate testing should be conducted to rule out the possibility of a benign tumor. Asymptomatic patients with co-morbidities can be managed without surgery. More research is needed to devise guidelines for the management of these cases.
Ahmad, A., Aiman, W., Ali, M. A., Amin, Z., Correia, J., & Suleiman, A. (2022). Incidental Finding of a Right Ventricular Mass: Fibroma or Thrombosis?. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radcr.2022.07.026