Lung cancer, Inferior vena cava thrombosis, Right atrium thrombosis
A 40-years-old patient with M1a lung adenocarcinoma. CT scan showed a mass directly invading the inferior vena cava (IVC) with neoplastic thrombus in the right atrium (Figure 1A and Figure 1B). Echocardiogram confirmed solid mass floating in the right atrium, connected with tumour invading the IVC (Figure1C).
Figure 1: A) Coronal plane, B) Axial plane, C) Echocardiogram.