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Figure 1: The heart, seen to the left hand, has been dissected by removing the atrial myocardium, along with the non-coronary sinus of the aortic valve. The dissection reveals how the subaortic outflow tract interposes between the mitral valvular orifice and the ventricular septum. The computed tomogram seen to the right hand and obtained from a patient suspected of having a coronary arterial anomaly, is prepared so as to replicate the anatomic dissection

Figure 1: The heart, seen to the left hand, has been dissected by removing the atrial myocardium, along with the non-coronary sinus of the aortic valve. The dissection reveals how the subaortic outflow tract interposes between the mitral valvular orifice and the ventricular septum. The computed tomogram seen to the right hand and obtained from a patient suspected of having a coronary arterial anomaly, is prepared so as to replicate the anatomic dissection