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Fig. 3 | European Radiology Experimental

Fig. 3

From: Myocardial tissue characterization by combining late gadolinium enhancement imaging and percent edema mapping: a novel T2 map-based MRI method in canine myocardial infarction

Fig. 3

The processing steps of TTC-stained photographs (a) are shown. The red channel of the original TTC photo depicts MI borders most accurately (b). Composite of green and blue channels delineates the hemorrhagic region as a light brown area within the MI (c). Hematoxylin-eosin-stained microscopic slides (eg) show magnified regions of the myocardial segment (d) in typical areas of viable tissue (e), non-hemorrhagic infarct (f), and hemorrhagic infarct (g). A Prussian blue-stained sample from the same hemorrhagic MI area is also shown (h)

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