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Figure 1: (a)Cardiac magnetic resonance cine-sequence still frame obtained with steady-state free precession (CMR SSFP) sequence. The area in the red box is magnified in panel B. (b) These images clearly show the parietal and the visceral pericardium. The epicardial adipose tissue is confined between the visceral and parietal pericardium, i.e., fully enclosed in the pericardial sac (*), while the paracardial adipose tissue (**) is external to pericardium

Figure 1: (a)Cardiac magnetic resonance cine-sequence still frame obtained with steady-state free precession (CMR SSFP) sequence. The area in the red box is magnified in panel B. (b) These images clearly show the parietal and the visceral pericardium. The epicardial adipose tissue is confined between the visceral and parietal pericardium, i.e., fully enclosed in the pericardial sac (*), while the paracardial adipose tissue (**) is external to pericardium