Coronary Angiography Demonstrating Mass Shadow


Video Supplement to “A 67-Year-Old Man With a Mass Shadow in His Heart Chamber During Coronary Angiography,” April 2020 Clinical Images article by Han et al.

A 67-year-old man was admitted to our hospital due to chest tightness induced by activity that had started about 2 months earlier. A fixed mass shadow on the apex of the left ventricle was visible on angiography, and is demonstrated in this video. Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging was also performed (see article for MRI images), resulting in a diagnosis of ventricular apical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy with intramyocardial calcification.

Read the accompanying article here