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Figure 11 (A,B): Prognostic markers. (A) Short-axis delayed-enhancement image shows transmural scar in the anterior wall and anteroseptum (arrows) in the left anterior descending (LAD) distribution. Due to the extensive scar in this vascular territory, a revascularization procedure such as coronary artery bypass surgery is unlikely to be successful. (B) Three-chamber delayed-enhancement image shows an extensive transmural scar in the basal and mid-lateral wall (arrow), which indicates low probability of success with cardiac resynchronization therapy

Figure 11 (A,B): Prognostic markers. (A) Short-axis delayed-enhancement image shows transmural scar in the anterior wall and anteroseptum (arrows) in the left anterior descending (LAD) distribution. Due to the extensive scar in this vascular territory, a revascularization procedure such as coronary artery bypass surgery is unlikely to be successful. (B) Three-chamber delayed-enhancement image shows an extensive transmural scar in the basal and mid-lateral wall (arrow), which indicates low probability of success with cardiac resynchronization therapy