Massive pulmonary embolus complicating left atrial myxoma.


Atrial myxomas may present with a classic triad of constitutional symptoms, embolic events, and intracardiac obstruction (1). We report a case of a massive pulmonary thromboembolus complicating a left atrial myxoma in the absence of an atrial or ventricular septal defect. 


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