(A) Pseudoaneurysm showed increased radiotracer uptake at positron emission tomography. This finding is compatible with its infective nature. Hypermetabolism involved the adjacent anterolateral myocardial wall, raising the suspicion of a myocardial abscess. (B) Echocardiographic appearance of a myocardial abscess as an irregular and hypoechoic area inside the left ventricular myocardium (yellow circle). (C) Multi-slice computed tomography confirmed pseudoaneurysm exclusion after covered stents implantation. Also, the extended inflammatory mass deeply located within the myocardium is visible (red arrow).