In two patients presenting with myocardial infarction, one with a subendocardial infarction and the second patient with a classic Q wave infarction, pedunculated left ventricular thrombi were detected in the course of subsequent routine cardiac catheterization. Both patients underwent successful surgical thrombectomy.
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