Figure 1: Multiple intracardiac masses (arrows) were detected on routine ultrasound (a), prompting a more thorough investigation. Fetal echocardiography ((b) and (c)) identified five masses that were within the ventricular myocardium although only two (arrows) can be seen in this plane. The masses were of uniform echogenicity and were more echogenic than the surrounding myocardium, consistent with the typical appearance of cardiac rhabdomyomas.