A 56-year-old woman with had a history of a "submandibular tumor.” Recently, a pericardial mass was found and extirpated.
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Metastatic adenoid-cystic carcinoma.
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A metastatic neoplasm from other primary locality is the most common type of heart tumor. The most frequent are melanoma, lymphoma or carcinoma of the lung, breast and oesophagus. Cardiac involvement by metastatic salivary malignancy is extremely rare, described in single case reports only. .
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