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The patient underwent transthoracic echocardiography which confirmed the presence of a calcified intracardiac mass in the right atrium, with significant tricuspid insufficiency and compression of the left atrium (Figure 2). CT angiography of the thorax revealed the tumour was 7.2×5.3×4.4 cm. Initially, no pulmonary vascular abnormalities were seen.

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