Small 2mm-3mm mobile clot appearing to attach to RA lead near prosthetic tricuspid
Just got some TEE results uploaded to my electronic records today. My current cardiologist mentioned nothing of the discovery of a 2-3mm mobile vegetation (sonographer said possibly fibrin) in my right atrium where my atrial lead is brushing near my porcean tricuspid valve. It says the mass is mobile but appears to be attached to the lead. I am not on anticoagulants. Is this something I should be concerned about? Clot or vegetation in my atrium sounds like a bad thing? Or is it so small they are considering it incidental perhaps. No mention of it was made to me verbally when results of TEE were given by primary cardio via phone two days ago. Any advice appreciated!