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Vanishing tumour

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    A 66 year old woman was admitted to a hospital because of progressive dyspnoea. Chest radiography on admission revealed enlargement of the cardiac silhouette, increased pulmonary vascular marking, and a right hilar tumour-like shadow (left). She was diagnosed with congestive heart failure caused by acute myocardial infarction. The right hilar tumour-like shadow disappeared after treatment for congestive heart failure (right).

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