A six-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier had a four-week history of progressive lethargy, ascites and exercise intolerance. A mass 3 cm in diameter obliterating the right atrial lumen was detected by echocardiographic examination. There were lactescent pericardial and serosanguineous pleural effusions. Histological and immunochemical examinations showed that the mass was a primary rhabdomyoma.
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