A Left Atrium Myxoma Case With A History Of Stroke On Whom A Coronary Bypass Surgery Was Performed
Osman Karakaya, Ramazan Kargn, Mustafa Sa¤lam, İrfan Barutçu, Ali Metin Esen, Cihangir Kaymaz
Keywords: Cerebral embolies, myxoma, echcardiography and coronary angiography.
Cardiac myxomas are the most frequently encountered benign cardiac tumors in adult groups. Patients with myxoma may suffer from variety of clinical features. A patient who had suffered from stroke a year ago came to our hospital with a chest pain complaint. In the echocardiography of the patient suffering from acute coronary syndrome, left ventricular disfunction and left atrial mass was determined. In the coronary angiography, LAD and Cx critical stenosis, and an abnormal feeding artery which roots from Cx performed was observed. LIMA-AD, Ao-RCA bypass and mass exision withleft atriotomy was made. Cardiac tumor embolism which makes up a rare cause of cerebral embolies should be considered especially in patients with sinus rhythm. In the coronary angiography the feeding artery of the myxoma was shown. A patient who has underwent coronary bypass operation and left atrial myxoma exision has been presented as a case.