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Figure 1: (a) CT scan of the chest showing huge right sided pleural effusion with collapse of the most of the underlying lung. Within the collapsed lung is a large low density mass measuring 7.8 cm in maximum diameter and that has a multilobular configuration. (b) Two-dimensional ECHO shows an oblong ECHO-dense structure measuring about 2.5 cm in width and extending from the mitral valve inlet to almost pulmonary vein. In different views this structure seems to be intermittently filling up the mitral valve and seems to be emanating from the pulmonary vein. (c) Histopathologic slide of the tissue(×40 magnification) obtained from the cardiac lesion showing many atypical squamous cells and apoptotic debris suggesting neoplasia of squamous cell origin

Figure 1: (a) CT scan of the chest showing huge right sided pleural effusion with collapse of the most of the underlying lung. Within the collapsed lung is a large low density mass measuring 7.8 cm in maximum diameter and that has a multilobular configuration. (b) Two-dimensional ECHO shows an oblong ECHO-dense structure measuring about 2.5 cm in width and extending from the mitral valve inlet to almost pulmonary vein. In different views this structure seems to be intermittently filling up the mitral valve and seems to be emanating from the pulmonary vein. (c) Histopathologic slide of the tissue(×40 magnification) obtained from the cardiac lesion showing many atypical squamous cells and apoptotic debris suggesting neoplasia of squamous cell origin