Clinical Case Report
Primary cardiac lymphoma: Utility of multimodality imaging in diagnosis and management
Volume 6, Issue 12
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Pages 1867 - 1870http://dx.doi.org/10.4161/cbt.6.12.5166
Authors: A.R. Mato, A.K. Morgans, M. Roullet, A. Bagg, E. Glatstein, H.I Litt, L.H. Downs, E.A. Chong, E.R. Olson, C. Andreadis and S.J. Schuster View affiliations
Primary cardiac lymphoma (PCL) is an extremely rare disease defined as a lymphoma strictly confined to the heart or pericardium without dissemination. We present the case of an 82 yr old male with newly diagnosed PCL and two years of subsequent follow up. This report highlights the utility of a multimodality imaging approach in the diagnosis and management of PCL.