(A) Balanced cine steady-state free precession cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) in the double oblique 4-chamber orientation and (B) axial T2-weighted fast spin echo axial image with fat saturation (no exogenous contrast). A lung mass (bright white mass within the yellow circle) on the T2-weighted fast spin echo axial image is readily apparent. Although present, the abnormality is more subtle on the balanced steady-state free precession image. This highlights the potential of noncardiac pathology to be masked using some of the common CMR sequences. Subsequent evaluation determined this to be a pulmonary carcinoid tumor.