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Figure 1: (a and b) Transseptal puncture and left ventricular basal inferoseptal aneurysm left ventricular aneurysm angiography in 30° right anterior oblique projection and 45° left anterior oblique projection. I and II indicate an Agilis sheath advanced through the atrial septum and the ablation catheter located at the target site, respectively. Also seen are the catheter in the coronary sinus, the pigtail catheter (III) in the left ventricular, the catheter in the right ventricular and the implantable defibrillator ventricular lead (D). (c) A large left ventricular aneurysm was at good target site. RV=Right ventricular

Figure 1: (a and b) Transseptal puncture and left ventricular basal inferoseptal aneurysm left ventricular aneurysm angiography in 30° right anterior oblique projection and 45° left anterior oblique projection. I and II indicate an Agilis sheath advanced through the atrial septum and the ablation catheter located at the target site, respectively. Also seen are the catheter in the coronary sinus, the pigtail catheter (III) in the left ventricular, the catheter in the right ventricular and the implantable defibrillator ventricular lead (D). (c) A large left ventricular aneurysm was at good target site. RV=Right ventricular