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Figure 2 : Viability imaging. The angiogram (a) shows high-grade stenoses of the left anterior descending (arrow) and circumflex (arrowhead) arteries. A diastolic frame from a mid-cavitary short axis cine study (b) shows thinning of the antero-septal (arrow) and infero-lateral (arrowhead) regions marked hypokinesia was seen on the cine images. The corresponding areas on the contrast-enhanced viability study (c) show full-thickness, transmural infarcts (arrows)

Figure 2 : Viability imaging. The angiogram (a) shows high-grade stenoses of the left anterior descending (arrow) and circumflex (arrowhead) arteries. A diastolic frame from a mid-cavitary short axis cine study (b) shows thinning of the antero-septal (arrow) and infero-lateral (arrowhead) regions  marked hypokinesia was seen on the cine images. The corresponding areas on the contrast-enhanced viability study (c) show full-thickness, transmural infarcts (arrows)