Cardiac Pathology: Neoplasia: Metastatic sarcoma

01 April 2011
Presented by Mary Sheppard.

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A 1976 autopsy specimen from a 57 year old man who presented with angina pectoris and then pain in his tongue. He had a fungating tumour of the dorsum of his tongue. There were no palpable lymph nodes in the neck, but he died suddenly with multiple metastases in his heart and lungs.

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