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Figure 42. Bicuspid aortic valve. The heart has been opened to reveal two well developed
Figure 43. Hypothyroidism, histologic section. High magnification of a myocyte showing basophilic degeneration of the cytoplasm (Hematoxylin and Eosin, IOOX).
Figure 44. Chest-x-ray, frontal view, showing post-ductal coarctation of the aorta (arrow).

Figure 45. Chest-x-ray, frontal view, showing rib notching (arrow) in a patient with coarctation of the aorta.

Figure 46. Resected biscuspid aortic valve with calcifications of the cusps and within the sinuses of Valsalva..

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