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The following electronic only articles are published in conjunction with this issue of Heart.

Aborted myocardial infarction: a clinical-magnetic resonance correlation

G Tarantini, A Ramondo, S Iliceto

This report illustrates a magnetic resonance image of aborted myocardial infarction after primary angioplasty. Myocardial oedema in the absence of late enhancement seems to be the magnetic resonance marker of the myocardium at risk of infarction that has been reperfused within 30 minutes and aborted in the clinic.

(Heart 2005;91:e24) www.heartjnl.com/cgi/content/full/91/4/e24

Ebstein’s malformation with atrial septal defect, right cor triatriatum, and right overt accessory atrioventricular pathway

R-X Wang, X-R Li, D-J Qian

A 31 year old man was admitted to hospital for abrupt syncope. Two dimensional echocardiogram in the apical four chamber view showed Ebstein’s malformation. This is the first documented case of Ebstein’s malformation with atrial septal defect, right cor triatriatum, and a right overt accessory atrioventricular pathway.

(Heart 2005;91:e25) www.heartjnl.com/cgi/content/full/91/4/e25

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The following electronic only articles are published in conjunction with this issue of Heart.

Aborted myocardial infarction: a clinical-magnetic resonance correlation

G Tarantini, A Ramondo, S Iliceto

This report illustrates a magnetic resonance image of aborted myocardial infarction after primary angioplasty. Myocardial oedema in the absence of late enhancement seems to be the magnetic resonance marker of the myocardium at risk of infarction that has been reperfused within 30 minutes and aborted in the clinic.

(Heart 2005;91:e24) www.heartjnl.com/cgi/content/full/91/4/e24

Ebstein’s malformation with atrial septal defect, right cor triatriatum, and right overt accessory atrioventricular pathway

R-X Wang, X-R Li, D-J Qian

A 31 year old man was admitted to hospital for abrupt syncope. Two dimensional echocardiogram in the apical four chamber view showed Ebstein’s malformation. This is the first documented case of Ebstein’s malformation with atrial septal defect, right cor triatriatum, and a right overt accessory atrioventricular pathway.

(Heart 2005;91:e25) www.heartjnl.com/cgi/content/full/91/4/e25

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