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Incidental finding of a bubble-shaped mass during coronary angiography - Image 44

Authors: T. Bochenek

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Incidental finding of a bubble-shaped mass during coronary angiography

 

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3 comments

  • Ender Örnek 13 Mar 2017

    Hydatid cyst.

  • Eli Lyulko 02 Feb 2017

    I think it's a calcified Brest implant. But the issue here is distal Left Main lesion that close to more than 90%. And severe triple vessels disease of the left coronary system,with big heart shadow that even without echo or ventriculography I think the patient has CHF and the deal here is that she needs bypass surgery, but we need to know more information about the patient

  • Eli Lyulko 03 Feb 2017

    When we will know the answer?