volume 75, issue 9, P931-931 2017
DOI: 10.5603/kp.2017.0169
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Abstract: Cardiac tumours in children are rare; they often require immediate surgical intervention. Assertive, even aggressive, operations constitute the method of choice in the majority of cases. The author describes a female neonate (pregnancy 3, delivery 2) born by C-section at 38 weeks with a giant, extremely rare right ventricle (RV) tumour and impending cardiac tamponade. The 32-year-old mother presented with hypothyroidism and obesity. Prenatal ultrasonography at 24 weeks of gestation showed no abnormalities or …

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