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Figure 2: This is a parasternal short axis image of a cleft in the anterior mitral leaflet. Asterisks mark the edges of the cleft. A tissue colorization map has been applied to the image. This has the effect of coloring tissues in the near fi eld (near to either the transducer or the front of the 3D image) orange. Tissues in the far filed are colored blue. This is a dynamic after-effect, which means that as the operator rotates, tilts or otherwise manipulates the image, the color effect correspondingly changes in real-time. L, left; LVO, left ventricular outfl ow tract; P, posterior; RV, right ventricle; S, septum

Figure 2: This is a parasternal short axis image of a cleft in the anterior mitral leaflet. Asterisks mark the edges of the cleft. A tissue colorization map has been applied to the image. This has the effect of coloring tissues in the near fi eld (near to either the transducer or the front of the 3D image) orange. Tissues in the far filed are colored blue. This is a dynamic after-effect, which means that as the operator rotates, tilts or otherwise manipulates the image, the color effect correspondingly changes in real-time. L, left; LVO, left ventricular outfl ow tract; P, posterior; RV, right ventricle; S, septum