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Vanishing Tumor (Pseudotumor, Phantom Tumor) 

Vanishing Tumor (Pseudotumor, Phantom Tumor)
Vanishing Tumor (Pseudotumor, Phantom Tumor)

Edward C. Rosenow

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date: 18 April 2021

74-year-old man (farmer)

CHF is most common cause of pseudotumors

They can occur with constrictive pericarditis

Go back to the previous slide. Do you see anything unusual on the posteroanterior view? It is unrelated to the pseudotumor

34-year-old woman with mitral stenosis...

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