Mitral valve myxoma: a case of mistaken identity

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A case of a rare mitral valve myxoma is reported in a 61-year-old gentleman who presented with recurrent embolic events. The mass was initially diagnosed as thrombus on cardiac MRI, but was later confirmed to be myxomatous in origin, at surgery, and histological examination.

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