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From: Primary malignant pericardial tumour in Lynch syndrome

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Diagnostic imaging. (A) Transthoracic echocardiograph showing ubiquitous pericardial effusion (max 22 mm) with initial signs of hemodynamic instability. (B) CT scan showing pericardial effusion localized near the right ventricle apex with marked contrast enhancement. (C) Cardiac MR showing two contiguous oval formations, on the anterior pericardial recess, (12 × 15 mm) with fluid/suprafluid content, thin walls and intense contrast impregnation. (D) 18F-FDG PET/CT showing a focal area of radiotracer hyperaccumulation at the anterior pericardium recess

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