End-systolic frame in PSSA view at papillary muscles level. The white lines mark the approximate boundaries between LV wall segments and their coronary supply, starting clockwise from a 9 o’clock position. IVS (LAD) left ventricular anterior wall (LAD), left ventricular lateral wall (Lcx), LVPW (PDA), left ventricular inferior wall (PDA), APM anterolateral papillary muscle, PDA posterior de-scending coronary artery, PPM posteromedial papillary muscle, PSSA parasternal short-axis
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