Cardiac Tumors and Pericarditis | Pathology Lectures | Medical Student | V-Learning

Cardiac Tumors and Pericarditis are the key focus of this online medical pathology lecture. A range of such tumors are discussed in this V-Learning™ for an easy understanding of the medical students. These include Myxomas, Papillary Fibroelastoma and Rhabdomyomas. You…

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Cardiac Tumors and Pericarditis are the key focus of this online medical pathology lecture. A range of such tumors are discussed in this V-Learning™ for an easy understanding of the medical students. These include Myxomas, Papillary Fibroelastoma and Rhabdomyomas. You can also gain full knowledge on the Pericarditis alongside Metabolic Diseases of the Heart in this medical lecture.

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Lecture Duration: 00:45:11
Released: November 2019

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Cardiac tumors are rare but can cause serious problems when they occur. They are classified into Primary and secondary tumors. Primary cardiac tumors are benign and malignant while secondary cardiac tumors are metastasis. You can learn pathology lecture on sqadia.com as its ease’s the pathologist education.

Myxomas are the most common primary cardiac tumors. Myxoma pathology outlines that these tumors account for 30%–50% of all primary cardiac tumors. After providing an insight into these myxomas tumours, its pathology, clinical features and Papillary Fibroelastoma has also been explained to answer all your questions.

Rhabdomyomas are the most common primary childhood cardiac tumors. They form nodular myocardial masses. These lesions may really be hamartomas rather than true neoplasms, but the issue is still debated. Rhabdomyoma pathology outlines are also well explained.

In the mid of the lecture Pericarditis is discussed. Pericarditis diagnosis criteria is also elaborated, and acute pericarditis pathophysiology is explained. Furthermore, Constrictive Pericarditis its Pathology and clinical features along with Adhesive Pericarditis is described. Pericardial effusion pathophysiology tells that pericardial effusions can cause cardiac tamponade. Then in the end of this lecture educator explained the pathophysiology of cardiac tamponade and Metabolic Diseases of the Heart. For more detailed anatomy and pathology lectures explore sqadia.com courses.
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