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Figure 1: (a) Two-dimensional transthoracic echocardiogram (apical four chamber view) showing dilated left atrium and ventricle with a 16 mm × 18 mm mass attached at the basal right ventriclular wall just above the tricuspid annulus. (b) Tilted right ventricular inflow view revealed multiple rounded vegetations mimicking cardiac tumors. (c) Three-dimensional transthoracic echocardiogram in parasternal short axis view showing two well-defined vegetations attached to the right ventricular wall just above the lateral tricuspid annulus. RA - right atrium, RV - right ventricle, LA - left atrium, LV - left ventricle, A - aorta

Figure 1: (a) Two-dimensional transthoracic echocardiogram (apical four chamber view) showing dilated left atrium and ventricle with a 16 mm × 18 mm mass attached at the basal right ventriclular wall just above the tricuspid annulus. (b) Tilted right ventricular inflow view revealed multiple rounded vegetations mimicking cardiac tumors. (c) Three-dimensional transthoracic echocardiogram in parasternal short axis view showing two well-defined vegetations attached to the right ventricular wall just above the lateral tricuspid annulus. RA - right atrium, RV - right ventricle, LA - left atrium, LV - left ventricle, A - aorta