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A 45-year-old man was admitted due to an acute neurological deficit. An intracranial mass was diagnosed and removed. The histo-pathological study suggested a metastatic lesion from a sarcoma. Then a positron emission tomography, a computed tomography, and a magnetic resonance were performed. Such studies revealed a left buttock lesion and a left atrium calcificied mass located in posterior atrial septum without haemodinamic repercussion. Owing to the tumour characteristics, a osteogenicdoi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehn145 pmid:18390870 fatcat:i6mu4kjhunawvk7ztne6egvthi