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Figure 3: (a) Destruction and separation of the cardiomyocytes by a large collection of lymphocytes with many multinucleated giant cells (H and E ×250); (b) “Asteroid body” (arrow) within the giant cell (H and E ×400); (c) A cross-section of the mid-portion of the ventricles shows biventricular dilatation with thinned out walls and typical subepicardial translucent foci of scarring (A: Anterior wall, IVS: Interventricular septum, L: Lateral wall, LV: Left ventricle, P: Posterior wall, RV: Right ventricle)

Figure 3: (a) Destruction and separation of the cardiomyocytes by a large collection of lymphocytes with many multinucleated giant cells (H and E ×250); (b) “Asteroid body” (arrow) within the giant cell (H and E ×400); (c) A cross-section of the mid-portion of the ventricles shows biventricular dilatation with thinned out walls and typical subepicardial translucent foci of scarring (A: Anterior wall, IVS: Interventricular septum, L: Lateral wall, LV: Left ventricle, P: Posterior wall, RV: Right ventricle)