An unusual presentation of Hodgkin's disease.


Malignant involvement of the heart and pericardium is uncommon in advanced cancer, and rarely results in cardiac symptoms. Myocardial ischaemia due to metastatic disease is particularly uncommon. We report a case of a young man in whom myocardial ischaemia was diagnosed at presentation of Hodgkin's disease, and which resolved as the underlying lymphoma… (More)


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