Cardiac myxomas are rare primary tumors with varied clinical presentations that may pose a diagnostic challenge. Here, we describe the case of a 21-year-old man with multiple cavitating lung lesions with aspergillosis and underlying right atrial myxoma, who presented with hemoptysis and weight loss. He was successfully treated with right atrial myxoma resection and antifungal agents, with no recurrence or complications after one year of follow-up.
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Sharma, D., Dorgan, E., Douglas, H., Trouton, T., McMullan, R., & Parissis, H. (2014). Aspergillus infection in pulmonary cavitating lesions with right atrial myxoma. Asian cardiovascular & thoracic annals, 22(9), 1090-1092. https://doi.org/10.1177/0218492313492439