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Figure 1: (a-c) Transthoracic echocardiography in modified four-chamber view with medial angulation of the probe revealed a giant right ventricular clot fixed to the right ventricle free wall which looked like “fetus in utero” appearance (a; white asterisk). Subcostal views demonstrated the extent of RV clot to the apex of the right ventricle (c, white arrow) and further anterior angulation could delineate the entire apico-anterior extension of it (c, white arrow). RV = Right ventricle, RA = Right atrium, LV = Left ventricle, IVS = Interventricular septum, TV = Tricuspid valve

Figure 1: (a-c) Transthoracic echocardiography in modified four-chamber view with medial angulation of the probe revealed a giant right ventricular clot fixed to the right ventricle free wall which looked like “fetus <i>in utero</i>” appearance (a; white asterisk). Subcostal views demonstrated the extent of RV clot to the apex of the right ventricle (c, white arrow) and further anterior angulation could delineate the entire apico-anterior extension of it (c, white arrow). RV = Right ventricle, RA = Right atrium, LV = Left ventricle, IVS = Interventricular septum, TV = Tricuspid valve