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Figure 1: (a) Gross photograph of a dilated heart with four chamber dilatation and mural thrombi in dilated cardiomyopathy. (b) Microphotograph showing mixed interstitial infiltrate with myocyte necrosis (H and E, ×20). (c) Goss photograph of enlarged heart with deep brown color of myocardium in amyloidosis. (d) Microphotograph showing pale eosinophilic material within interstitium and perimyocyte (H and E, ×20). (e) Microphotograph showing myofiber replacement with fat (H and E, ×20). (f) Apical cross-sectional view showing fat on the free right ventricular wall in arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy.

Figure 1: (a) Gross photograph of a dilated heart with four chamber dilatation and mural thrombi in dilated cardiomyopathy. (b) Microphotograph showing mixed interstitial infiltrate with myocyte necrosis (H and E, ×20). (c) Goss photograph of enlarged heart with deep brown color of myocardium in amyloidosis. (d) Microphotograph showing pale eosinophilic material within interstitium and perimyocyte (H and E, ×20). (e) Microphotograph showing myofiber replacement with fat (H and E, ×20). (f) Apical cross-sectional view showing fat on the free right ventricular wall in arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy.