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Pericardial cyst a rare mass abutting the aorta

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      Abstract

      Pericardial cysts are infrequently found. They are generally located in the cardiophrenic angle, dominantly on the right side. We present an example of a pericardial cyst in the anterior mediastinum abutting the ascending aorta.

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