Atrial myxoma

What is Atrial myxoma?

An atrial myxoma is a noncancerous tumor in the upper left or right side of the heart. It grows on the wall that separates the two sides of the heart. This wall is called the atrial septum.

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Hi. I had open heart surgery for removal of a left atrial myxoma on 11/25/13. Minimal invasive procedure ( incision under my right breast)...

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Hello lopressor and inderal are of same group deugs, through lopressor is more cardiac specific . However there are fair chances that if you did...

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I have been to the ER twice now with chest pain, SOB, left arm pain, feeling of impending doom, left face warmth and carotid neck pain. OTher...

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Thanks for your query.

From your history it seems to me underlying cardiac disorders though you said your physicians have excluded cardiac...

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I have had swelling in my legs and ankles for the past two weeks.? As well as shortness of breath ever so often. I was lying down in the tanning...

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thanks for the query,
well borderline mvp means you had not developed it and during pregnancy it is very common for the heart to show such changes...

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