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Figure 2: The upper panel shows the morphologically right ventricle, which extends from the atrioventricular to the ventriculo-arterial junctions (dotted red lines), with the anterior wall removed to show its three component parts. The coarse apical trabeculations are the most constant of these features. The lower panel shows the comparable three component parts of the morphologically left ventricle of the same heart, revealed by removing its posterior wall. This ventricle also extends from the atrioventricular to the ventriculo-arterial junctions (dotted purple lines). Its fine apical trabeculations are its most constant feature, and distinguish it from the morphologically right ventricle

Figure 2: The upper panel shows the morphologically right ventricle, which extends from the atrioventricular to the ventriculo-arterial junctions (dotted red lines), with the anterior wall removed to show its three component parts. The coarse apical trabeculations are the most constant of these features. The lower panel shows the comparable three component parts of the morphologically left ventricle of the same heart, revealed by removing its posterior wall. This ventricle also extends from the atrioventricular to the ventriculo-arterial junctions (dotted purple lines). Its fine apical trabeculations are its most constant feature, and distinguish it from the morphologically right ventricle