Propagation of Wilm's tumour to the right atrium was diagnosed by echocardiography. The tumour prolapsed into the right ventricle during each atrial systole. The presence of the tumour and its motion were confirmed by cardiac catheterization, cineangiography, and surgical exploration. Successful resection of the tumour was accomplished. Echocardiography was helpful in detecting the presence of the right atrial tumour and accurately reflected the pattern of its atrioventricular motion.
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