Surgical resection of a giant cardiac hemangioma encroached upon the
right coronary artery: A case report
AbstractCardiac hemangioma is relatively rare for primary cardiac tumors. The
diagnose is mainly based on surgical resection and biopsy, imaging
examinations only provide limited diagnostic clues. For those giant
cardiac hemangiomas, which may raise a risk of rupture, need thoroughly
surgical removal. However, meticulous follow-up is required due to its
possibility of recurrence.