03 May 2021>: Articles
Unusual clinical course, Mistake in diagnosis, Management of emergency careDiana Rufaro Jaravaza A , Usha Lalla D , Stefan Dan Zaharie A , Louis Johann de Jager A*
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931437
Figure 2. (A) Superior view of opened left atrium showing myxoma. (B) Formalin-fixed atrial myxoma with overlying thrombus (top), myxoid variegated areas (right), and attachment to atrial septum (bottom). (C) Myocardial-atrial myxoma interface showing tumor cells within a myxoid matrix (bottom) (H&E, ×40). (D) Sparse spindled myxoma cells in a loose eosinophilic matrix, chronic mononuclear inflammation, and hemosiderin in macrophages (H&E, ×200). Inset: Calretinin immunohistochemistry demonstrating positive tumor cells with perivascular accentuation (×100).