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Atrial Myxoma

Atrial Myxoma - Symptoms

Symptoms may occur at any time but usually occur when there is a change in body position. They include:

  • breathing difficulty when lying flat or when asleep
  • chest pain or tightness
  • dizziness
  • fainting
  • palpitations and shortness of breath with activity

Other general symptoms include:

  • blueness of skin (especially the fingers)
  • curvature of nails accompanied with soft tissue enlargement (clubbing) of the fingers
  • fever
  • fingers that change colour upon pressure or with cold or stress
  • general discomfort (malaise)
  • involuntary weight loss
  • joint pain and swelling in any part of the body

Atrial Myxoma - How to prevent?

Atrial Myxoma - Preparing for surgery

Atrial Myxoma - Post-surgery care

Atrial Myxoma - Other Information

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