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Figure 2: Giant pseudoaneurysm of the lateral wall (arrows) with laminar thrombus (arrowheads) and bilateral pleural effusion (curved arrows). Pseudoaneurysm with a “guitar-like” appearance (panel A) expanding in systole (panel B) and restricting in diastole (panel C) causing an ejection fraction of nearly 10% despite normal contractility and viability (panel D) of all other segments

Figure 2: Giant pseudoaneurysm of the lateral wall (arrows) with laminar thrombus (arrowheads) and bilateral pleural effusion (curved arrows). Pseudoaneurysm with a “guitar-like” appearance (panel A) expanding in systole (panel B) and restricting in diastole (panel C) causing an ejection fraction of nearly 10% despite normal contractility and viability (panel D) of all other segments