SCVP Unknown Case of the Month

Welcome to COM'on the Society for Cardiovascular Pathology Case of the Month. Every month or so we will post a new COM'on and we invite everyone to give us their best diagnosis. If you follow SCVP on Twitter, we will send out a tweet each time a new COM'on has been posted.

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Case #37 - A 28 year old woman presents with presumed hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

 

Case #36 - A 73 year old woman presents with a 6cm right ventricle mass.

 

Case #35 - A 20 year old man presents with a myocardial infarction.

 

Case #34 - A 66 year old woman dies of a retroperitoneal hemorrhage and an autopsy was performed.

 

Case #33 - A 45 year old man undergoes left ventricular device placement.

 

Case #32 - A 79 year old woman dies of an intraperitoneal hemorrhage and an autopsy was performed.

 

Case #31 - A 65 year old man undergoes a routine surveillance biopsy for cardiac transplantation.

 

Case #30 - A 48 year old man is found dead in bed.

 

Case #29 - A 60 year old man presents with aortic stenosis.

 

Case #28 - A 62 year old woman presents with a chest mass.

 

Case #27 - A 67 year old woman with complications from lymphoma treatment.

 

Case #26 - A 47 year old woman with heart failure.

 

Case #25 - A 32 year old man with progressive muscle weakness.

 

Case #24 - A 59 year old man received an LVAD for end stage heart failure.

 

Case #23 - A 62 year old man underwent cardiac transplantation.

 

Case #22 - A 2 year old girl underwent septal myectomy.

 

Case #21 - A 62 year old woman underwent endomyocardial biopsy for heart failure.

 

Case #20 - A 40 year old woman underwent heart transplant due to declining heart function.

 

Case #19 - A 42 year old man with a two year history of chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML) underwent autopsy.

 

Case #18 - A 63 year old man with a significant history of heart disease underwent autopsy.

 

Case #17 - A 58 year old HIV+, HCV+ man had interesting histologic findings in his heart at autopsy.

 

Case #16 - A 65 year old man was found to have a left atrial mass.

 

Case #15 - A 31 year old woman who underwent cardiac transplantation 7 years earlier presents for a routine endomyocardial biopsy.

 

Case #14 - A 49 year old woman with Noonan Syndrome underwent mitral valve replacement and atrial appendage removal.

 

Case #13 - A 26 5/7 week female fetus had in utero demise. An autopsy was unremarkable except for accelerated placental maturation and this heart finding.

 

Case #12 - A 35 year old woman has a mass in the IVC adjacent to the right atrium removed.

 

Case #11 - A 60 year old man underwent removal of his ascending aorta.

 

Case #10 - A 42 year old woman underwent aortic valve replacement.

 

Case #9 - A 60 year old woman underwent a surveillance biopsy for her heart transplant.

 

Case #8 - A 57 year old man underwent cardiac transplantation for idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy.

 

Case #7 - A 50 year old woman has an ascending aortic aneurysm and undergoes repair and valve replacement.

 

Case #6 - A 54 year old woman undergoes endomyocardial biopsy in the setting of weight loss, edema and abnormal lab values.

 

Case #5 - An 83 year old man undergoes aortc valve replacement.

 

Case #4 - A 71 year old woman has new onset heart failure with a possible restrictive physiology.

 

Case #3 - A 67 year old woman has right sided valvular heart disease.

 

Case #2 - A 46 year old man has a two year history of hypertension and pulmonary embolism.

 

Case #1 - A 27 year old man presents with a history of dyspnea. Endomyocardial biopsy is performed.

 

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