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Fig. 1 | Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases

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From: Left ventricular clefts – incidental finding or pathologic sign of Wilson’s disease?

Fig. 1

Representative cardiac magnetic resonance images revealing left ventricular clefts. Late gadolinium enhancement images (a and c) and cine sequences (b and d) of two patients with Wilson’s disease. The arrows show a deep left ventricular cleft in the interventricular septum (patient 1, upper row) and in the anterior wall (patient 2, lower row). LV - left ventricle, RV - right ventricle

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