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Figure 1: (a) The Left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery in its proximal portion in subepicardial location (arrow),(b) The LAD coronary artery embedded in the myocardium “Myocardial bridging” (Red Arrow), (c) Hematoxylin and eosin (H and E 40×) stained section shows LAD coronary artery entrapped between myocardial fibers, so called “Tunneled or bridged” coronary artery. (d) (H and E ×100) and (e) (H and E ×400) - shows multiple foci on non-regional myocardial infarction with signs of early infarction as intermyocytes oedema, waviness of the myocardial fibers, few inflammatory cells and fibrosis

Figure 1: (a) The Left anterior descending (LAD) coronary artery in its proximal portion in subepicardial location (arrow),(b) The LAD coronary artery embedded in the myocardium “Myocardial bridging” (Red Arrow), (c) Hematoxylin and eosin (H and E 40×) stained section shows LAD coronary artery entrapped between myocardial fibers, so called “Tunneled or bridged” coronary artery. (d) (H and E ×100)  and (e) (H and E ×400) -  shows multiple foci on non-regional myocardial infarction with signs of early infarction as intermyocytes oedema, waviness of the myocardial fibers, few inflammatory cells and fibrosis