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Introduction. Heart injuries can be classified as penetrating and non-penetrating (blunt). Penetrating wounds are usually caused by stabbing with a piercing object, weapon or projectiles -missiles. The right atrium is damaged in most cases, because of its anatomical position -making the most of the anterior side of the heart. Morbidity caused by stabbing injuries to the heart is 20%-30%, while piercing wounds cause 30%-60% of deaths. Case report. A 28year-old patient was admitted to our clinicdoi:10.2298/vsp111007025v pmid:23050407 fatcat:bcmewng6mrgufmiorkiwqglm44