[Primary cardiac malignant lymphoma diagnosed intraoperatively during aortic valve repair; report of a case].


A 58-year-old male who complained of chest oppression on effort was diagnosed as aortic regurgitation by echocardiography. The cardiac catheterization was showed moderate aortic regurgitation. He was referred to our hospital for aortic valve replacement. We considered preoperatively that the aortic regurgitation is due to infective endocarditis or aortitis… (More)


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