Abstract: Cardiac myxomas represent the most common primary cardiac tumours, with an estimated incidence of 0.5 per million individuals annually. It is considered as a benign neoplasm. Although it can occur in almost any age, usually patient age ranges from 30-60 years, with a female predilection. Clinically myxomas may present with a variety of symptoms such as obstructive cardiac, embolic and constitutional. Dyspnoea, thoracic pain, cough, dizziness and heart failure.