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Figure 2: (Panel a) Cardiac magnetic resonance first pass perfusion imaging showing late and heterogeneous enhancement. (Panel b) Computed tomography modified four-chamber view shows no evidence of pericardial or extracardiac infiltration. (Panel c) On gross examination, the mass appeared russet-colored, homogeneous, and noncapsulated. (Panel d) Histologic specimen, hematoxylin and eosin, original magnification, ×40: Multiple large, thin-walled, dilated vascular spaces (arrow) can be seen within the ventricular wall

Figure 2: (Panel a) Cardiac magnetic resonance first pass perfusion imaging showing late and heterogeneous enhancement. (Panel b) Computed tomography modified four-chamber view shows no evidence of pericardial or extracardiac infiltration. (Panel c) On gross examination, the mass appeared russet-colored, homogeneous, and noncapsulated. (Panel d) Histologic specimen, hematoxylin and eosin, original magnification, ×40: Multiple large, thin-walled, dilated vascular spaces (arrow) can be seen within the ventricular wall