Heart Base Tumors, also known as primary tumors, are tumors that originate in the heart and of very rare. Heart Base Tumors occur in only one out of 2,000 people. A noncancerous heart tumor often develops in the upper left chamber of the heart and is more common in women. Symptoms of a Heart Base Tumor can range from no symptoms to very severe symptoms such as difficulty breathing, fainting, or rapid heart rate. Because this condition is so rare, Heart Base Tumors are difficult to diagnose. However, the risk of the tumors can be greatly reduced by avoiding tobacco products, reducing heavy drinking, and limiting exposure to radiation.
Heart Base Tumor Bioinformatics Tool
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