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Figure 1: (a) Postpericardiocentesis echocardiography showing mild pericardial effusion (white asterisk), right ventricular and left ventricular (yellow arrow) thickening and thickening of the descending thoracic aorta (yellow asterisk). (b) Pleural effusion (white asterisk), pericardial effusion, and infiltration of aorta (yellow arrows). (c) Lymphoma encasing the aorta. (d) Lymphoma infiltrating aorta (yellow arrows) and the pulmonary artery (white arrows)

Figure 1: (a) Postpericardiocentesis echocardiography showing mild pericardial effusion (white asterisk), right ventricular and left ventricular (yellow arrow) thickening and thickening of the descending thoracic aorta (yellow asterisk). (b) Pleural effusion (white asterisk), pericardial effusion, and infiltration of aorta (yellow arrows). (c) Lymphoma encasing the aorta. (d) Lymphoma infiltrating aorta (yellow arrows) and the pulmonary artery (white arrows)