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Figure 11: Volume-rendered virtual dissection images viewed from the basal (a-c), apical (d), and right posterior oblique directions (e and f). The bilateral pectinate muscles (red dotted curves) extend widely around the common atrioventricular vestibule. The coarse trabeculation and double-outlet right ventricle are shown (e and f) with the septomarginal trabecula colored in green and solidified rudimentary chamber (red stars) colored in red (f). White arrows denote the string-like remnant of the primary atrial septum. Yellow arrows remark the stenotic channel of the subpulmonary infundibulum

Figure 11: Volume-rendered virtual dissection images viewed from the basal (a-c), apical (d), and right posterior oblique directions (e and f). The bilateral pectinate muscles (red dotted curves) extend widely around the common atrioventricular vestibule. The coarse trabeculation and double-outlet right ventricle are shown (e and f) with the septomarginal trabecula colored in green and solidified rudimentary chamber (red stars) colored in red (f). White arrows denote the string-like remnant of the primary atrial septum. Yellow arrows remark the stenotic channel of the subpulmonary infundibulum