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Syncope in a Patient With Spindle Cell Sarcoma of the Main Pulmonary Artery
A 44-year-old man was hospitalized after a syncopal episode. A thrill and loud systolic ejection murmur were present over the left border of the sternum. A 12-lead ECG and chest x-rays were normal. A 2D echocardiogram and Doppler studies documented normal cardiac chambers and a peak systolic pulmonary transvalvular gradient of 80 mm Hg. Biplane right ventriculography revealed a large mobile mass in the main pulmonary artery extending into the right ventricular outflow tract ( Figure 1 ).doi:10.1161/01.cir.103.20.e99 pmid:11369696 fatcat:gr7zye3slnfrtcylcshdy75pyu