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Figure 2: Upper panels: basal short-axis view on the left (panel a) and long-axis view on the right (b panel) on transesophageal echocardiography examination of a normal individual. Lower panels: Computed tomography scan of a normal individual, basal short-axis view (c, on the left) and long-axis view (d, on the right). The figures are displayed with the aortic valve in closed position. The white arrows show where and how to assess the mitral-aortic fibrosa thickness. Ao = Aortic valve, LA = Left atrium, LV = Left ventricle, MV = Mitral valve, RA = Right atrium

Figure 2: Upper panels: basal short-axis view on the left (panel a) and long-axis view on the right (b panel) on transesophageal echocardiography examination of a normal individual. Lower panels: Computed tomography scan of a normal individual, basal short-axis view (c, on the left) and long-axis view (d, on the right). The figures are displayed with the aortic valve in closed position. The white arrows show where and how to assess the mitral-aortic fibrosa thickness. Ao = Aortic valve, LA = Left atrium, LV = Left ventricle, MV = Mitral valve, RA = Right atrium