Pericardial disease cardiac masses and tumors

Pericardial diseases, including effusions, calcifications, or cysts, can be diagnosed and assessed by echocardiography or MRI. Echocardiography is particularly valuable for defining the location, extent, and hemodynamic significance of pericardial effusions and guiding pericardiocentesis. Echocardiography and MRI are also useful imaging tools for defining the structure and dimensions of masses or tumors and their relation to cardiac anatomy. Ventricular or atrial thrombi, myxomas, cysts, or myocardial tumors can be identified and their composition characterized.

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