A 43-year-old man underwent a computed tomography pulmonary angiography for suspected pulmonary embolism after he presented with an episode of orthopnoea associated with blood-stained expectorate. The only finding was a left atrial mass (Figure, A, arrow). Further history revealed 6 months of progressive postural presyncope, malaise and weight loss of 3 kg.
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