Figure 2. A: A bedside-echocardiogram at initial presentation showed compression of the left ventricle (black arrow heads) by a mass lesion (black asterisk). B: During a fasting state, the size of the mass became smaller (white asterisk) and there was no apparent compression of the left ventricle


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