Published in Telemedicine Week, April 5th, 2005
According to published research from Spain, "Primary cardiac tumors are infrequent, but their clinical presentation is variable and their associated mortality is high. By the time they produce symptoms and the diagnosis is made, they have usually progressed to a large mass causing considerable hemodynamic compromise."
"Although Doppler echocardiography is the usual technique for the initial diagnosis, magnetic resonance imaging or computed tomography can offer more anatomically useful information," proposed G. Romerofarina...
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