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); the thrombus extended a short distance down the lumina of both the right internal and external iliac arteries. No abnormalities in the endothelium surrounding the thrombus were identified. Within the wall of the left ventricle and a left ventricular

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, and was attached to the anterior mitral valve leaflet and supporting chordae tendineae, a portion of which was suspected to have ruptured. The left ventricle was small in systole and diastole and had dyskinetic motion. The left atrium was mildly

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, and the RBB more commonly develops phase 3 conduction aberrancy. 2 When an RBB phase 3 conduction aberrancy occurs, the impulse is blocked at the level of the RBB but is conducted normally down the left bundle branch, through the left ventricle, then

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into the anterior and posterior fascicles. The anterior division activates the anterior and lateral walls of the left ventricle, and the posterior division activates the inferior and posterior walls of the left ventricle. Although left posterior

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evaluated. Abdominal ultrasonographic findings were within normal limits except for the edematous subcutaneous tissues. Echocardiography revealed pleural effusion and a normal-sized left atrium. Subjective concentric hypertrophy of the left ventricle was

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2 (10 contiguous hpfs [400X]), and vascular invasion was observed. In the heart, an infiltrative melanocytic neoplasm, with hemorrhage and necrosis, had obliterated the wall of the left ventricle transmurally ( Figure 2 ) . Metastases of similar

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. LA = Left atrium. LV = Left ventricle. RA = Right atrium. RV = Right ventricle. VSD = Ventricular septal defect. Figure 3— Right parasternal long-axis echocardiographic view cranial to that obtained in in Figure 1 showing the pulmonary

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small number of bubbles can be seen in the left ventricle (LV) as well. Hyperechoic bubbles are observed in the LA and LV during the late phase filling (C). A CBC revealed leukopenia characterized by neutropenia with a left shift, neutrophils with

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base of the heart are evident. The mass was suspected to originate from the right cranial lung lobe. Images were obtained with a 12-MHz probe. Scale on the left indicates depth in centimeters. LA = Left atrium. LV = Left ventricle. RA = Right atrium. RV

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valve degeneration. The mitral leaflets were thickened, and the cranial leaflet had prolapsed behind the caudal leaflet. Color-flow Doppler ultrasonographic examination of the heart confirmed mitral valve regurgitation. The left atrium and left ventricle

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