Use of dressing with human fibrin and thrombin during resection of a right atrial angiosarcoma

Abstract

Primary malignant cardiac tumors are rare and are usually detected at an advanced stage of disease. Their location and infiltration often hinder surgical resection. Tissue sarcomas, especially angiosarcomas, are composed of irregular and delicate vascular tissue. The resection of such tumors from the heart is associated with a high risk of life-threatening… (More)
DOI: 10.5114/kitp.2015.52857

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