Report of a case and discussion of the differential diagnosis
This is the report of a case of a grossly calcified right atrial mass in a woman of 40 who also suffered from systemic hypertension, pyelonephritis, and hepatic cirrhosis. The differential diagnosis, surgical treatment, and necropsy findings are described along with a review of the literature.
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