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Figure 1: Two-dimensional echocardiography shows a single cardiac cystic mass with anechoic content, multilocular and nonmobile, in the context of right ventricle inflow (a). Three-dimensional-transthoracic echocardiography localized the mass within the posterior right ventricle inflow, possibly with intramyocardial location (b and c). View of the cyst by cardiac magnetic resonance cine-images (d), first-pass perfusion (arrow in e) and late gadolinium enhancement (arrow in f)

Figure 1: Two-dimensional echocardiography shows a single cardiac cystic mass with anechoic content, multilocular and nonmobile, in the context of right ventricle inflow (a). Three-dimensional-transthoracic echocardiography localized the mass within the posterior right ventricle inflow, possibly with intramyocardial location (b and c). View of the cyst by cardiac magnetic resonance cine-images (d),   first-pass perfusion (arrow in e) and late gadolinium enhancement (arrow in f)