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Fig. 1 | Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

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From: Naxos disease: from the origin to today

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The heart of a 50-year-old female ARVD patient during surgery. The most prominent areas of dysplasia are illustrated on the drawing. Triangle of dysplasia: the most frequent sites of dysplasia: (1) the anterior infundibulum, (2) the right ventricular apex and (3) the inferior or diaphragmatic aspect of the right ventricle (RV). These constitute the original “triangle of dysplasia”. LV - left ventricle, RA - right atrium. (With permission from Marcus FI & Fontaine GH, et al. [7])

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