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What is the treatment for intracardiac tumor?

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
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In brief: Surgical

The common intracardiac tumor is atrial myxoma which is large when found and must be removed surgically, generally with an excellent result.
Papillary elastrofibromas and rhabdomyomas may require no treatment, or may require surgery; get a full description of risks and benefits and give informed consent.

In brief: Surgical

The common intracardiac tumor is atrial myxoma which is large when found and must be removed surgically, generally with an excellent result.
Papillary elastrofibromas and rhabdomyomas may require no treatment, or may require surgery; get a full description of risks and benefits and give informed consent.
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