Lung Metastatic Nodules as First Presentation of Synovial Cardiac Sarcoma
© Ampatzidou et al. 2015
Published: 16 December 2015
Synovial sarcomas are rare tumors accounting for approximately 1% from all cardiac neoplasms and present with a variety of symptoms depending on their location and size.
To describe a unique case of a 36 year old male presenting with bilaterally pulmonary nodules as a result of right heart synovial sarcoma.
We present a unique case of a patient with synovial sarcoma with pulmonary nodules as first manifestation.
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