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Figure 2:(a) Transesophageal echocardiogram long-axis view. Echocardiographic findings show a hyperechoic mass (blue arrow) with a broad base, adherent to the interventricular septum. RV: Right ventricle; AV: Aortic valve. (b) Intraoperative image of the lipoma (blue arrow) through a right ventricular incision. (c) Gross appearance of the surgically resected tumor. The size of the mass was 3.5 cm × 2 cm × 1 cm

Figure 2:(a) Transesophageal echocardiogram long-axis view. Echocardiographic findings show a hyperechoic mass (blue arrow) with a broad base, adherent to the interventricular septum. RV: Right ventricle; AV: Aortic valve. (b) Intraoperative image of the lipoma (blue arrow) through a right ventricular incision. (c) Gross appearance of the surgically resected tumor. The size of the mass was 3.5 cm × 2 cm × 1 cm